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?
Advancing collaboration and sharing of best practices are both integral elements of the INCA Summit. Each INCA member organization briefly profiled their achievements and challenges, thus providing insight as to what works in awareness raising, advocacy and clinical...read more
The Continuous Medical education on Neuroendocrine Tumors (CMENET), a program developed by African Zebra Cancer Network Support (AZNETS), started at the beginning of 2019 and so far more than eighty healthcare professionals in Kericho County, Kenya, have been educated...read more
CNETS Canada is delighted to host the 2nd Annual Canadian NETs Medical & Scientific Meeting taking place on October 26, 2019. This meeting is intended for medical professionals in Canada who are treating NET cancer patients. The agenda will include discussions, case...read more