NET Cancer Day
Why is the zebra associated with NETs? Find out in a charming cartoon sequel following the journey of a NET cancer patient, starting on July 10. Presented in an engaging and straightforward manner, with a well-intentioned sense of humor, the 5-episode zebra story builds up to NET Cancer Day, which is marked globally on November 10. Read rest of article.
Neuroendocrine Tumours: A Guide for Nurses has been written for nurses who care for patients affected by neuroendocrine tumours (NETs). The guide provides a detailed understanding of the various types of NETs, the methods of investigation, and treatment options, as well as an overview of the challenges faced in living with NETs. Read rest of article.
Go around the globe for the second Worldwide NET Cancer Awareness Day (WNCAD) on November 10, 2011. Throughout that day, videos featuring NET events and experts will air online as the sun travels west, from Australia to Europe to North America. Read rest of article.
Around the world on November 10! This year, NET Cancer Day joins people together from around the world via a global web video event. Watch with us as NET Cancer Day begins in Australia, and moves across the globe. Read rest of article.
We are very pleased to announce the support of 16 US Governors as of October 27th for NET Cancer Awareness Day and more proclamations and letters of support are on the way! Read rest of article.
The Dutch NET Community, Stichting NET-groep, has organized a seminar for patients, family members and medical professionals on November 5th from 10 am to 4 pm. Read rest of article.
From Alberta to Newfoundland, many in the Canadian NET cancer community are participating in a series of awareness raising/fundraising walks this weekend. The walks have been organized by CNETS (Carcinoid Neuroendocrine Tumor Society) Canada Read rest of article.
On August 20, carcinoid survivor Andrew Gordon began a 5,000 mile motorcycle ride, covering three countries – England, Wales, and Scotland – in 18 days to raise funds for The Royal Marsden Hospital in London where he has been treated for six years. Read rest of article.
What is the Carcinoid Car? It’s a specially designed, virtual Toyota Camry entered into the Sponsafier 4 competition by Danielle, daughter of a carcinoid patient, to help bring about greater awareness of carcinoid cancer. Read rest of article.
The Unicorn Foundation will send a team of about 100 runners to participate in the Melbourne Marathon on Sunday, October 9th. Team members can choose from 5km, 10km, half or full marathon courses. Read rest of article.