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
84% of NET patients
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
How Can I Help?
CNETS Canada is committed to improving the quality of life and survival for NET patients across Canada and in support of this vision introduced a new Research Funding Framework in 2016. The 2018 NET Research Grant will provide grant-in-aid for three projects up to a...read more
AMEND’s activities for 2019 have already begun with the planning and organisation for the upcoming patient films on multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2B (MEN2B, AKA MEN3). Thanks to a patient group grant from the UK’s Society for Endocrinology and members’ fundraising...read more
INCA’s position on the patient advocacy role has been published in the latest autumn edition of the reputable European Society of Endocrinology (ESE) newsletter. In this feature article, INCA Executive Director, Teodora Kolarova, elaborated on the importance of...read more