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Neuroendocrine Cancer Podcasts

Welcome to Our Podcasts.

Embark on a journey of real-life experiences and practical advice. Whether you’re facing neuroendocrine cancer or another rare and less common cancer, our podcast series covers a wide range of topics – from initial diagnosis, treatments, and follow-up care to tending to your mental health, all while gaining insights from the professionals guiding your care. Hosted by Catherine Bouvier and produced by Neuroendocrine Cancer UK.

Here, you can also immerse yourself in our ‘Takeover Series’. This series delves deep into the world of research, exploring its significance, methodologies, and profound impact. Through captivating interviews with researchers and esteemed organisations, each podcast episode offers invaluable insights into neuroendocrine cancer research.

We hope this series will address your questions, provide unwavering support, or perhaps offer both – because, as we know, NeuroEndocrine Cancer is not just NE cancer.

 

You can listen to our ‘Not Just NE Cancer’ series podcasts below or head to your preferred platform on your listening device.

Latest Episode

Life After Diagnosis: Navigating Work, Pregnancy, and Motherhood with Neuroendocrine Cancer

In this insightful podcast episode, Catherine Bouvier, CEO of Neuroendocrine Cancer UK, engages in a heartwarming conversation with Rachael, a resilient mother who navigated the challenges of work, pregnancy, and motherhood following a diagnosis of neuroendocrine cancer at the young age of 32.

Rachael shares her journey, which began shortly after moving into a new home with her fiancé, as she dealt with persisting symptoms eventually diagnosed as small bowel neuroendocrine tumours. Despite the diagnosis, Rachael’s story takes a hopeful turn following successful treatment and her wedding to her supportive partner.

Wanting to start a family, Rachael faced tough decisions regarding the feasibility and ethics of pregnancy post-treatment. Through open communication with her medical team and thoughtful consideration, Rachael and her husband welcomed their first child.

Rachael candidly reflects on the realities of being a full-time working mother, sharing insights on pregnancy, and joyfully reveals her anticipation of welcoming a second child.

If this story touches you and you’re facing challenges such as infertility due to cancer, please know that we are here to support you.

SEASON 3

Episode 1
In Loving Memory of Andrew: A Story of Resilience and Love

Episode 2
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK – Reflecting on the Last 21 Years

Episode 3

Sex Education and Cancer

Episode 4
Life After Diagnosis: Navigating Work, Pregnancy, and Motherhood with Neuroendocrine Cancer.

SEASON 2

Not Just NE Cancer Takeover Series

This takeover series dives deep into the world of research, exploring its significance, methodologies, and impact. Through interviews with researchers and esteemed organisations, each podcast episode offers valuable insights into the realm of neuroendocrine cancer research.

Episode 1
Neuroendocrine Cancer – Advancing Research Campaign Launch

Episode 2
Neuroendocrine Cancer UK Explores RareCan’s Innovative Research Platform

Episode 3
Discover the Future of Neuroendocrine Cancer Clinical Trials with Ancora.ai!

Episode 4
Explore the power of basic research and its impact on rare cancer care.

Episode 5
Neuroendocrine Cancer and Quality of Life Research: Conversations with Prof. John Ramage

Episode 5
Neuroendocrine Cancer and Quality of Life Research: Conversations with Prof. John Ramage

Episode 6
Dr Rohini Sharma, a consultant oncologist, discusses what oncology research is and what this could be like for patients.

Episode 7
Exploring Neuroendocrine Cancer Epidemiology with Prof. John Ramage

Episode 8
Decoding Neuroendocrine Cancer: What is Epidemiology?

Episode 9
Surgical Research and Neuroendocrine Cancer

SEASON 1

Episode 1
Symptoms prior to diagnosis with Maxine & Simon

Episode 2
Symptoms prior to diagnosis with Debra and Michelle.

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Episode 3
Rambles with Sally – Advice with Kath.

Episode 4
Rambles with Sally – Sherry talks PRRT.

Episode 5
An MDT’s approach to Neuroendocrine Cancer – A chat with Dr Raj Srirajaskanthan (Gastroenterologist).

Episode 6
An MDT’s approach to Neuroendocrine Cancer – A chat with Dr Claudia Mestre
(Histopathlogist).

Episode 7
Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia Disorders. A chat with AMEND’s CEO, Jo Grey.

Episode 8
Carcinoid Heart Disease. A chat with Cardiac Consultant, Professor Steeds. 

Episode 9
An MDT’s Approach to Neuroendocrine Cancer – A chat with Mr Andreas Prachalias (Surgeon).

Episode 10

Neuroendocrine Cancer Treatments – The patient experience. A chat with Maxine and Simon.

Episode 11

Neuroendocrine Cancer – Mental Health Awareness Week. A chat with Kym Winters.

Episode 12

An MDT’s Approach to Neuroendocrine Cancer – A chat with Dr Debashis Sarker (Oncologist).

Episode 13

Rambles with Sally – Sleep & Neuroendocrine Cancer.

Episode 14

Rambles with Sally – Perfect Moments.

Episode 15

Rambles with Sally – Pain Control.

Episode 16

Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Cancer – Pete’s Story.

Episode 17

When the nurse becomes the patient. Debbie’s story.

Episode 18

Anxieties, mindfulness and Neuroendocrine Cancer.

Episode 19

Liver Transplants for Neuroendocrine Cancer patients

Episode 20

Julie’s Story: Navigating High-Grade Neuroendocrine Cancer

Platforms

You can listen to our ‘Not Just NE Cancer’ series podcasts on the platforms below.

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Amazon Music

Apple Podcasts

Google Podcasts

Spotify

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