Supporting the

Neuroendocrine Cancer Community

Patient Stories & Experiences

Faces of NCUK & Voices of NCUK

Around 36,000 people are affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer in the UK, with over 5,000 people newly diagnosed each year. That is more than 13 people a day. For many the first time they will have heard about Neuroendocrine Cancer will be the day they receive their diagnosis.

In 2020 we launched Faces of NCUK & Voices of NCUK. These campaigns provide a platform for those who wish to share their journey and experiences and are a source of support for those who have just started their journey.

Throughout these pages you can browse various blogs and journals. View photos and read, or watch stories shared by Neuroendocrine Cancer patients, supporters, friends, healthcare professionals and loved ones.

Please note that the stories and opinions posted in the Faces of NCUK and Voices of NCUK are those solely of the authors and contributors of the stories. They do not reflect the opinions of Neuroendocrine Cancer UK.

Faces of NCUK

Patients share their experiences of how they became ill, their treatment, and their road to recovery.

Supporters and Healthcare professionals also share their experiences of supporting someone with Neuroendocrine Cancer.

Please note that some stories end on a positive note, but some paint a picture of the difficult road that many Neuroendocrine Cancer patients face.

 

Voices of NCUK

Browse various blogs and social pages – read journals, view photos, listen to podcasts or watch videos of those sharing their personal journey, experience and knowledge.

Find out how advocates are raising vital funds but most importantly raising awareness of Neuroendocrine Cancer – and all to support you… and to make a difference.

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