RonnyAllan.NET – Summary of December 2022



December is always the quietest month of the year, no surprise why!  However, the top 10 below is somewhat surprising, I guess some posts I make spike regardless of the time of year.  

Ever wonder what caused your Neuroendocrine Cancer?

This clearly interests people because approaching 1000 people read it from one single post on Facebook.  If this floats your boat – Click here or on the picture.

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Diagnosed with Neuroendocrine Cancer? – 10 questions to ask your doctor (and where to find a NET Specialist Worldwide)

A frequently visited post, very helpful I’m told. It will one day be my most-read blog post.  Click here or on the picture

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A Christmas 2022 message from Ronny

A first-time effort and was received OK given its monthly position.  Click here or on the picture.

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Neuroendocrine Cancer: At least 50 shades of grey

The heterogeneous nature of Neuroendocrine Neoplasms must be understood to avoid confusion and chaos in patient groups. That was my thinking when writing this article. It’s also a great awareness piece.  Click here or on the picture to read more.

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Histotripsy: A new technique which destroys cancer using soundwaves (now in Clinical Trials)

This is a very interesting trial and as something less than a year old, it has had stellar statistics. There is a NET patient on the trial who has been featured in a video.  Click here or on the picture to read more.

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Lanreotide: 12 more years

In December 2022, I celebrated 12 years on Lanreotide. I hope this sends a message that you can:

A. Live that long with metastatic NET.
B. Take Lanreotide for that long.

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Piss off cancer – 12 years of Christmas and I’m still here!

There are many opportunities throughout the year for a ‘cancerversary’

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Steve Jobs – the most famous Neuroendocrine Cancer Ambassador we NEVER had

He may not have generated a lot of awareness for Neuroendocrine Cancer at diagnosis, but this post has been read 30,000 times since I published it. It helps dilute the incorrect info.  Click here or on the picture to read more.

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Currently trending on RonnyAllan.NET

If you need a catch-up, this is the place to go. It updates what is being read most on my website in the last 48 hours and automatically updates.

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RonnyAllan.NET – Summary of November 2022 – Ronny Allan – Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer

I guess the monthly updates are popular? Click here or on the picture to read more.

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