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Neuroendocrine Cancer Community

I feel like I’m sitting on a time bomb

I feel like I’m sitting on a time bomb

‘I feel like I’m sitting on a time bomb’ – Kath reveals how incurable cancer affected her life. A woman with incurable cancer has spoken of how the disease has affected her life. Kath Lewis was diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer in June 2015, just six weeks before...
Assessment of major gaps

Assessment of major gaps

Assessment of major gaps from the perspective of patients, patient advocates and NET health care professionals. Due to the increasing incidence and prevalence of neuroendocrine tumors (NETs), there is a need to assess any gaps in awareness and care. A survey was...
Neuroendocrine Tumours in the UK

Neuroendocrine Tumours in the UK

British Journal of Cancer publishes first in-depth epidemiological characterisation of Neuroendocrine Tumours in the UK. British Journal of Cancer publishes NET Patient Foundation’s research into impact of neuroendocrine morphology on cancer outcome and stage at...
New Age for Nuclear Medicine

New Age for Nuclear Medicine

NEW AGE FOR NUCLEAR MEDICINE Radioactive drugs are not just diagnosing disease more effectively, they’re now being used for exciting new therapies. They could be revolutionary in fighting cancer in the 21st century, says Sandy McEwan, vice president of...
Why this master of disguise needs careful handling

Why this master of disguise needs careful handling

“NETs – Why this master of disguise needs careful handling” A fantastic INCA inspired article in Cancer World. Sophie Fessl hears from patients and experts about why specialist NET services are so important. Great work to all other contributors. read full article here...