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It is with great sadness in our hearts that we share with you that our dear friend and amazing colleague Michael Rosenberg, founder of Middle East Neuroendocrine Society (MENETS), passed away on Sunday, December 11th. He would have turned 70 this month.

Michael was such an amazing person – a natural born leader with the rare talent of understanding and guiding people through their emotions and experiences. He was passionate about improving quality of life of both patients and their carers, and a huge proponent of the instrumental role of nutrition in managing NETs.

Michael played an essential part in all key INCA projects – he contributed to our NET Cancer Day campaigns, and made sure that valuable resources like NETInfo, SCAN survey results and Think NENs educational program reach the communities in the Middle East. Michael was an active and committed participant in the INCA Boot Camp for Patient Research Advocates, as well as member of the INCA Research Committee.

Michael will always live on in our hearts. Those of us who met him were truly blessed to have known such an exceptional person, full of energy and driven by dedication, so brave and resilient, so caring and inspiring!

Michael will be sorely missed by INCA and the whole NET community. We will be forever grateful for his tireless efforts to improve the lives of NET patients.

Our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones.