Supporting the

Neuroendocrine Cancer Community

Welcome to the NCUK Virtual Summit!

SATURDAY 7TH OCTOBER 2020

The Latest Innovations in Diagnostic Tools for Neuroendocrine Tumours.

Dr Christos Toumpanakis

Nutrition in GastroEnteroPancreatic Neuroendocrine Cancers.

Liz Bradley

Living the Life of a NET Patient.

Craig Speirs

Genomic Advances in Neuroendocrine Cancer Research.

Professor Chrissie Thirlwell

Update on Neuroendocrine Cancer Terminology & Classification – What does that mean for my care?

Professor John Ramage

Spotlight on Gastric Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs).

Professor Mark Pritchard

Myth Busting and Research Needs in Nutritional Care.

Tara Whyand

INCA – The International Approach to Patient Advocacy.

Teodora Kolarova

NETs- Hormone Syndromes and You.

Professor John Newell-Price

The Neuroendocrine Cancer patient journey within a Local Hospital – the LNWUHT experience.

Philippa Hand and Anna Koziel

Spotlight on Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Cancer.

Mike Tadman

Decision Making  – Making it work for you.

Irene Wotherspoon

Spotlight on Lung Neuroendocrine Tumours.

Professor Was Mansoor

Spotlight on Small and Large Bowel Neuroendocrine Cancers.

Dr. Raj Srirajaskanthan

SUNDAY 8TH OCTOBER 2020

Surgery for Small Intestinal Neuroendocrine Tumours.

Zahir Soonawalla

Becoming Your Own Expert.

Ronny Allan

Treatments Across the Neuroendocrine Cancer Spectrum – Advances and Options in Radioligand Therapy.

Dr Amy Eccles

Understanding Research and Reporting Back from INCA.

Kate Quirk

SIRT – How does it work & where does it fit in the Neuroendocrine Cancer pathway today and in the future.

Professor Andrea Frilling

Treatments Across the Neuroendocrine Cancer Spectrum| Advances in Chemotherapy & Targeted Therapies.

Professor Juan Valle

Living with the Uncertainty of it all.

Kym Winter

Difficult Pain and NET Tumours.

Dr Ros Taylor

Options, Influences and Progress in the Surgical Management of Neuroendocrine Cancer.

Ryan Baron

Research and Clinical Trials in the UK & Across the Global Community.

Professor Martyn Caplin – Keynote Speaker

Neuroendocrine Cancer Question Time with the experts: Prof. Martyn Caplin, Dr. Raj Srirajaskanthan, Mike Tadman, Nikie Jervis, Prof. Juan Valle, Dr. Amy Eccles and host, Catherine Bouvier

We really hope you have found the NCUK 2020 Summit useful, educational and insightful.

We have been overwhelmed by the number of people who have visited our virtual classrooms and joined the live webinar. 

As this event was the first of its kind for NCUK, we would be so grateful for your comments, suggestions or improments. We are planning to repeat the event in the Spring of 2021. Your feedback will help us ensure that we create the best experience for you, our community.

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This exciting event could not have been made possible without the wonderful healthcare professionals, specialists and patient community who have given up their valuable time, when they are most pressurised and busy, to produce and present presentations and answer your questions.

We’d also like to thank Red Shell Productions for recording the Summit classrooms and co-ordinating the live Q&A event.

If you feel that you have benefited from the NCUK Summit and would like to make a donation towards any future Summits, then you can do so here. Thank you.

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