Noncancerous (benign) tumors are usually not life-threatening. Benign tumors tend grow in only one place and do not spread to the other parts of the body the way cancer does. Note: Estimates include the total cost of treating an episode that leads to surgery (for example, doctor’s visits, medication, physician and facility fees for the surgery itself, and follow-up care).
Note: The estimates below are based on Medica Choice network contract rates. How were these costs calculated?
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