Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer
Well . . I’d worked myself up to having to deal with treatment and cure or treatment and dying . . . I hadn’t considered there was the possibility of living with cancer . . . that there would be an option of treatment and living with, rather than ‘beyond’ or after cancer.
A diagnosis of Neuroendocrine Cancer is undeniably difficult, however, many people tell us that over time, and with the support they need (personally and medically), they find new ways of living with it and the effect it (and / or its treatments) has and may have on their lives.
Finding a ‘new normal’ and how to adapt to changes has been key in learning to live well with Neuroendocrine Cancer – both physically and emotionally.
Living with the Uncertainty of it all
By Kym Winter.
Living the life of a NET patient
By Craig Spiers.
Becoming your Own Expert
By Ronny Allan.