“Because NETs are so heterogeneous it is very important that patients’ cases are discussed in multidisciplinary teams”
“I’ve had huge contact with oncologists, with surgeons, with radiologists, including interventional radiologists, with specialist nurses and other types of nurses…”
“In my hospital you would be seen by a team with a specific interest in treating people with NETs”
“I want to know what is coming. It reassures me to know what’s facing me, and what I should do. I feel like I am part of a team and they are all going to look after me.”
Read about keeping track of your medical care, where you can download a copy of the Living with NETs Medical Details and Treatment Tracker as either a Word file that you can edit, or a read-only PDF.
Find out how NETs are diagnosed and the tests that healthcare professionals may use to monitor NETsDiagnosis & Testing
Read about treatment options for NETs, including surgery, radiotherapy and medicationsTreatment Options
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