Helping NET Cancer patients get a timely diagnosis,
the best care and ultimately a cure

If you don’t suspect it you can’t detect it

INCA - the global voice in support of neuroendocrine cancer patients

Information empowers patients to make decisions

Access to optimal treatment and care for all patients around the world

NET research needs more patient involvement and more resources

84% of NET patients
lack information

 

Their needs for information about treatment
options were not met at the time of diagnosis.

58% of NET patients are
diagnosed at an advanced stage

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Una Web Radio per A.I.NET / A Web Radio for A.I.NET

Una Web Radio per A.I.NET / A Web Radio for A.I.NET

[For English, see below] Il Covid 19, l' esperienza del lokdown ha fatto maturare in noi l' idea di trovare nuovi modi di fare le cose di sempre. Nasce cosi' l'idea di NET WEB RADIO, la radio che ti ascolta! (la Radio ufficiale di A. I. NET). Programmi dedicati sui...

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NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia With 2 Posters at ENETS 2021

NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia With 2 Posters at ENETS 2021

NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia (NECA) was delighted to have 2 poster abstracts accepted at the 18th annual European Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (ENETs) meeting. The abstract “Development and Launch of First Australian Accredited GP NET Education Course” provided...

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AMEND Launched New Suite of Resources for Young People

AMEND Launched New Suite of Resources for Young People

On Rare Disease Day (28th February), AMEND launched its new suite of resources for young people affected by the neuroendocrine tumour syndromes, multiple endocrine neoplasia.  The resources include helpful advice for young people aged 14-25 on a range of aspects that...

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