INCA is excited to announce that the paper “Unmet needs in the international neuroendocrine tumor (NET) community: Assessment of major gaps from the perspective of patients, patient advocates and NET healthcare professionals” is published in the March print edition of International Journal of Cancer. The Unmet Needs Survey was championed by INCA, working in close collaboration with the NET medical societies around the world. The survey findings were published online in Union for International Cancer Control’s (UICC) International Journal of Cancer just prior to World NET Cancer Day on November 10, 2019 to reinforce our efforts to raise awareness about the plight of neuroendocrine cancer patients. INCA believes that the important recommendations by the authors including improving correct and understandable patient information at diagnosis, improving access to diagnostics and theranostics, access to multidisciplinary teams and specialist centers, greater education of nurses and HCPs and including patient input into research will get further exposure via the IJC print edition.
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