NET Cancer Day
May 30 2011
Making the unknown . . . known is the theme of a new video about Cancer of the Unknown Primary (CUP), the name given to a cancer that has spread, with an unknown starting point (or primary site). Paul Paterson of Australia is an example of someone who has neuroendocrine cancer with an unknown primary. Approximately 13% of people with NETs do not have an identified primary site. Watch the video about Cancer of the Unknown Primary, featuring Mr. Paterson, by CLICKING HERE.