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Team Zebra Ottawa Raises $13,000 for NET Cancer Research

Congratulations to the amazing Team Zebra Ottawa, who participated at the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend, raising $13,000 for NET cancer research in Canada! Thank you to the members of the team: Natalie Mezey (Team Captain), Hunter Fox, Bryde Fresque, Catharine Young, Ken Young, Alisha Bailey, Stephanie Goubau, Claire MacArthur and a very special thank you…

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Education on NETs – a Major Focus for CNETS Canada

CNETS Canada is planning 5 face-to-face Patient Education Days across Canada in 2018. These sessions are unique opportunities for patients to have direct contact with the doctors working in this field in their local communities and they also offer an excellent opportunity for networking with other NET patients, families and caregivers. We are also excited…

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CNETS Canada Launches a Call for Applications for the 2018 NET Research Grants on February 15

CNETS Canada has lots of exciting plans for 2018 in keeping with its priorities to provide support, education and awareness for Canadians on all aspects of Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs). Fundraising events continue to be critical for CNETS Canada to be able to support research initiatives specific to neuroendocrine cancer. For 2018 CNETS Canada is participating…

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World NET Cancer Day a Success in Canada

On Friday, November 10th, 2017 CNETS Canada’s partner locations and volunteers helped raise NET Cancer Awareness by distributing over 10,000 “Let’s Talk About NETs” cups, postcards, posters and brochures across Canada! CNETS Canada also promoted NET Cancer Awareness through social media, with over 30 Facebook and Twitter posts. The 2017 INCA Infographics on NET Cancer…

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CNETS Canada Team Zebra raises $40,000 for NET cancer research in Canada

Congratulations to Team Zebra Toronto and Team Zebra Scotia for raising a combined total of $40,000 for NET cancer research in Canada, at the 2017 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Team Zebra Scotia is expecting to receive $5,000 in match funding from Scotiabank to bring the grand total to $45,000! This is all part of annual…

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CNETS Canada requests nominations for the Maureen Coleman Award

INCA member CNETS Canada has announced start of nominations for annual Maureen Coleman Award.  This award recognizes an individual for their outstanding contribution to the neuroendocrine cancer patient community. The late Maureen Coleman was the Founder and Past-President of CNETS Canada who passed away in 2013 from neuroendocrine cancer. Maureen was a remarkable woman with…

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CNETS Canada announces 2017 NET Research Grant recipients

The CNETS Canada Neuroendocrine Tumour Research Grant provides each calendar year grant-in-aid for two projects up to a maximum of $40,000 per project. The NET research funding priorities were determined through consultation with the NET patient community, and input from CNETS Canada’s Scientific and Medical Advisory Board (SMAB). To be eligible for the 2017 NET…

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CNETS Canada National NET Patient Conference (Videos)

In April 2017, CNETS Canada, INCA member organization, hosted a national NET Patient Conference in partnership with the Canadian Association of Nuclear Medicine (CANM). The conference theme was “A Time of HOPE” and showcased the latest diagnostics and treatments, with presentations from Canada’s top multidisciplinary NET specialists and two international experts. The event was a…

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New NET Reference Guide from CNETS Canada

CNETS Canada has published an updated New NET Reference Guide. The new handbook includes updated Diagnostics and Treatment sections. It was developed to provide patients with information and support as they confront and adapt to a neuroendocrine tumour (NET) diagnosis. With this in mind, a wide range of experts – medical professionals and patients –…

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