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What is Somatuline Depot?

Somatuline Depot, also known as lanreotide, is a prescription drug used by people with acromegaly, a hormonal disorder that makes your body produce too much growth hormone. It is usually used by patients who cannot be treated by surgery or radiation. Somatuline Depot is injected under the skin once a month. To keep symptoms under control, the drug must usually be taken for the rest of your life.

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