Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs) can affect men and women of all ages, races and ethnicities.
Could your patient have neuroendocrine cancer? Consider the grey area, know the symptoms, and investigate for NETs today.
Know the symptoms and investigate for NETs today.
The skin on the face and upper chest feels hot and changes colour
Asthma-like signs and symptoms, such as wheezing and shortness of breath
A racing heartbeat (palpitations), sometimes combined with dizziness
Bowel motions are regularly urgent, watery, and frequent with no known cause
Overwhelming exhaustion that cannot be overcome with a good night's rest
A red rash with swelling and blisters that often travels from place to place on the skin
Gain valuable insights on neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) from esteemed Australian experts in the field of neuroendocrine cancer.
Neuroendocrine cancer frequently camouflages itself, consider the grey area and remember to investigate for NETs.
Dr Gabrielle Cehic AM, Nuclear Medicine Physician and Oncologist SA Health
Meredith Cummins, Oncology Nurse and CEO of NeuroEndocrine Cancer Australia
In collaboration with Cancer Australia, the Optimal Care Pathway for neuroendocrine cancers has been developed with healthcare professionals and patients in mind to help improve the care and experience that patients experience through their neuroendocrine cancer journey.
The Quick Reference Guide has been made specifically with health professionals and health services in mind.
As the 7th most diagnosed cancer in Australia, NETs are frequently misdiagnosed with more common diseases. This needs to change. Greater awareness amongst the health profession is needed to improve diagnostics. We’re currently offering free RACGP & ACN – CPD accredited courses.
Learn how to identify a neuroendocrine cancer when its not’s part of the typical line up.