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Neuroendocrine Cancer Community

Faces of NCUK

Faces 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...
Heat Therapy & Neuroendocrine Cancer

Heat Therapy & Neuroendocrine Cancer

PODCAST – Rambles With Sally – Episode 2.    In this episode Sally, Neuroendocrine Cancer patient, talks to us about Heat Therapy.   Thank you Sally for taking the time to record this podcast and for sharing your advice and experience.   You can listen to...
When is a rash not a rash?

When is a rash not a rash?

Name: Sophie Age: 52 Neuroendocrine Cancer Site: Glucagonoma – pancreas (primary), paraaortic retroperitoneal lymph nodes (secondary). Sophie’s Story: When is a rash not a rash? My NET story probably begins some time before 2014, but that is the year I...
Neuroendocrine Cancer Patient Story

Neuroendocrine Cancer Patient Story

Name: Deborah Age: 60 Neuroendocrine Cancer Site: Primary to small bowel. Metastasis to liver.   Deborah’s story: I was diagnosed in February 2016 with small bowel Neuroendocrine Cancer with liver metastasis. For years I thought I was going through the...
Working with Neuroendocrine Cancer

Working with Neuroendocrine Cancer

WORKING WITH CANCER What do you do when your employer is expecting the worst for you ‘just’ because you have had a cancer diagnosis? What do you do when you still love getting up every day and doing your job, just like so many others? What do you do if it is simply...