Patient EducationJan | 22 | 2020
If your child is showing symptoms of MEN-1, one or more of the following are used to diagnose MEN-1:
There is currently no cure for MEN1. Early diagnosis and treatment can help manage symptoms and remove tumors. Without proper treatment, MEN-1 can be life-threatening.
Common treatments for MEN-1 include:
In some cases, your child’s doctor may suggest waiting and watching for symptoms before recommending surgery, medications or radiation.
Rev. 5/2020. Mass General for Children and Massachusetts General Hospital do not endorse any of the brands listed on this handout. This handout is intended to provide health information so that you can be better informed. It is not a substitute for medical advice and should not be used to treatment of any medical conditions.