Neuroendocrine cancer (NET) is treatable and therapies are available; it's just a matter of connecting you or your loved one to the right doctor and making sure that doctor has access to the right treatments. What if the prognosis was years, decades, of managed quality care instead of the hopelessness of not knowing?

Healing NET is possible with the right treatment by the right team at the right time.


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The Healing NET Foundation was inspired by the work of two physicians - Dr. Eric Liu and Dr. Kjell Oberg. Dr. Oberg (right) has led major research in Europe, translating into successful treatment programs, many of which still need traction in the U.S. Dr. Liu (left) trained directly under Dr. Oberg and was responsible for establishing the first clinical trial in the U.S. for the Ga68, an important tool to diagnose NET patients.

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3rd annual Healing NET International NET Summit is Feb 22-24 in San Diego.





Tell Your Story

In Telling Your Story, you can give hope, education, and inspiration to another patient or caregiver; you can bring awareness to another colleague; you can make a big difference in fighting NETs. You never know who your story will touch.

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Also view the NET Memorial Wall to celebrate patients who are no longer with us.

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Nutrition Tips for NET patients - by Leigh Anne Burns, MS, LDN, RD

IDENTIFY YOUR SYMPTOMS: Begin a food/symptom log to help track possible problem foods. Over the next few weeks we will discuss some of the symptoms and modifications that can help better select foods for the individual. Remember, Registered Dietitians such as myself,
trained in treatment of patients with NETs, can be helpful in guiding you through the best meal plan for you.

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Information on neuroendocrine cancer (NET) can be hard to come by. Check out our Patient Resources and our Health Care Professional Resources



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