Likely Suspects: How Hormones May Lead to Carcinoid Syndrome

April 30, 2019

Likely Suspects: How Hormones May Lead to Carcinoid Syndrome is the newest webcast in the Carcinoid Syndrome Web Series, education for patients presented by Lexicon Pharmaceuticals.  Michael Morse, MD from Duke University Medical Center and Ronny Allan, NET patient advocate, break down the science of hormones made by neuroendocrine tumors (NETs). Excess serotonin, one the most common hormones released by NETs, may have a serious impact on your health.  Learn more from this free webcast, which you can watch at your convenience.

Dr. Michael Morse and Ronny Allan

There are several others webcasts available at  These webcasts are presented by experts and cover a range of topics related to living with Carcinoid Syndrome including:

  • Diet tips and foods to avoid
  • Support for managing symptoms
  • Carcinoid Syndrome testing
  • Getting more from your doctor visits


This series of free webcasts is ideal for those recently diagnosed with Carcinoid Syndrome as well as people living with the syndrome for many years.  Click here to register and watch the presentations at your convenience:

Categories: carcinoid syndrome
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