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Neuroendocrine Cancer Community

Neuroendocrine Cancer UK Announces Upcoming Advancing Research Campaign

Jun 29, 2023

 Neuroendocrine Cancer UK is thrilled to announce the launch of our Advancing Research campaign. This initiative aims to impact the field of Neuroendocrine Cancer (NC) research, improving understanding and management options and ultimately enhancing patients’ lives.
Neuroendocrine cancer is a complex and less common form of cancer that can affect multiple parts of the body. Due to its rarity, individuals living with NC are often underrepresented in research studies, limiting their opportunities to benefit from novel advancements in the field. Recognising this critical gap, we have taken up the mantle to drive significant changes.
The Advancing Research campaign aims to support patients today and pave the way for improved outcomes in the future. Our mission is to ensure that every NC patient has access to the latest developments and innovations, empowering them with better treatment options and a higher quality of life.
We invite individuals who have been involved in Neuroendocrine Cancer research to share their experiences with us. Whether you have completed questionnaires, provided additional blood or urine samples, or participated in trials for new scans, surgeries, or medications, your insights are invaluable to us. Your journey and perspectives will contribute to shaping the direction of future research and enhancing the understanding of Neuroendocrine Cancer.
If you have participated in neuroendocrine cancer research and would be willing to share your valuable experience, we kindly request you to contact us. Your contributions will help us make informed decisions and drive positive change within the research community. Please reach out to us via email at We are eager to hear your story.
Together, let us forge a path toward a brighter future for individuals affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer. Join us in our commitment to advancing research and improving the lives of those impacted by this complex disease.
Thank you for your support.