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Neuroendocrine Cancer Community

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About Neuroendocrine Cancer UK:

Neuroendocrine Cancer UK is a close-knit community of individuals, patients, and healthcare professionals, all united by a common goal: to provide support, information, and resources for those navigating the complexities of neuroendocrine cancer.

Our Services:

  • Ongoing Support: Our community is here for you. Engage in our online Facebook groups, or connect with others at our Natter Support Groups. We believe in the strength of community support.
  • Resource Hub: Explore our website [www.neuroendocrinecanceruk.org] for reliable and up-to-date information about neuroendocrine cancer, treatment options, and practical advice for day-to-day living with the disease.
  • Helpline: Whether you have questions, need guidance, or simply want someone to talk to, our helpline is available at 0800 434 6476. Opening hours: Tuesday – Thursday – 10:00am – 4:00pm.
  • Counselling Services: In addition to our supportive community and helpline, we offer a counselling service. Our confidential and empathetic counselling sessions provide a space for emotional expression, guidance, and coping strategies throughout your neuroendocrine cancer pathway.
  • Events and Webinars: Stay informed about the latest developments and connect with experts through our events and webinars. It’s an opportunity to expand your knowledge and engage with the wider neuroendocrine cancer community.
  • Our Handbook: An interactive practical toolkit for all those living with neuroendocrine cancer.
  • Patient Literature and Factsheets: Information and resources provided to patients, including literature and factsheets on neuroendocrine cancer.
  • Wallet Cards: Including an Urgent Toilet Access card, At Risk of Carcinoid Crisis card, and an At Risk of Bowel Obstruction card, which are important resources for patients to carry for quick reference in specific situations.

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