Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer – your favourite articles

Shortcuts to my most read articles (over 5000 views). Top 3 listed individually, the remainder are in a table – click on the article title links on the left column to read and please feel free to share.

As at November 12th 2018.

In first place –  Human Neuroendocrine Cancer – normally slow but always sneaky is riding high with 23,042 views – click on the picture or title to read:

In second place – The Human Anatomy of Neuroendocrine Cancer21,681 views. Click on the picture or the title to read:

In third place – Neuroendocrine Cancer Syndromes – Early Signs of a Late Diagnosis20,865 views – click on the picture or the title to read:

Click on the title to read the remaining popular articles.  You can also just Google “Ronny Allan – e.g. “Ronny Allan surgery”, “Ronny Allan chemotherapy” or “Ronny Allan Lanreotide”, etc etc etc, to find your subject of interest.


Neuroendocrine Cancer – Ronny Allan: Background to my Diagnosis and Treatment More stats 18,980
Neuroendocrine Neoplasms – Grade and Stage (incorporating WHO 2017 changes) More stats 17,148
Steve Jobs – the most famous Neuroendocrine Cancer Ambassador we NEVER had More stats 14,120
Neuroendocrine Cancer – Incurable vs. Terminal More stats 13,714
Diagnosed with Neuroendocrine Cancer? – 10 questions to ask your doctor (and where to find a NET Specialist) More stats 12,497
Neuroendocrine Cancer Nutrition Series Article 2 – Gastrointestinal Malabsorption More stats 12,412
Ignore this post about Neuroendocrine Cancer More stats 10,392
Neuroendocrine Cancer Nutrition Series Article 1 – Vitamin and Mineral Challenges More stats 10,385
Lutetium Lu 177 dotatate (Lutathera®) – PRRT More stats 10,087
Lanreotide vs Octreotide More stats 10,038
Neuroendocrine Cancer – tumour markers and hormone levels More stats 9,815
Lanreotide – it’s calling the shots! More stats 9,222
Neuroendocrine Tumours – benign vs malignant More stats 8,407
Aretha Franklin – another Neuroendocrine Cancer Ambassador we NEVER had More stats 8,256
Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer – it takes guts More stats 8,250
Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer – your favourite articles More stats 8,009
Carcinoid vs Neuroendocrine More stats 7,591
Neuroendocrine Cancer – not as rare as you think More stats 7,304
The 5 E’s (of Carcinoid Syndrome) More stats 7,218
Don’t believe the hype – Neuroendocrine Cancer Myths debunked More stats 7,145
I look well but you should see my insides More stats 6,964
Neuroendocrine Cancer – Hormones More stats 6,874
Serotonin – the NET effect More stats 6,693
Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer – 8 tips for conquering fear More stats 6,577
Neuroendocrine…..the little suckers get everywhere! More stats 6,027
Neuroendocrine Cancer Nutrition Series Part 4 – Food for Thought? More stats 5,457
Neuroendocrine Cancer: To cut or not to cut? More stats 5,414
Telotristat Ethyl (XERMELO®) – an oral treatment for Carcinoid Syndrome Diarrhea not adequately controlled by Somatostatin Analogues More stats 5,287
Neuroendocrine Cancer – don’t break my heart! More stats 5,207
Neuroendocrine Cancer – shh! Can you hear it? (…..I didn’t) More stats 5,196
I’m still here More stats 5,128


Didn’t find what you’re looking for?  Google “Ronny Allan – insert your own term (e.g. surgery, chemotherapy, etc etc etc).  i.e. “Ronny Allan Surgery” and  you will get any post tagged with the term “Surgery”

Thanks for reading


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3 thoughts on “Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer – your favourite articles”

  1. Hi ronny

    I am Arun Khanna from India and have been recently diagnosed with Liver metastases after 4.5 years of my right hemi cholectomy for removal of neuroendocrine tumor in my terminal ileum.

    Is there a way I can speak with you to get some advice and direction?



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