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Pancreatic NET with carcinoid syndrome – not as common as you think
Why do I need to write about this? I’ve been watching confusion surrounding symptomatic pancreatic NETs for years and it never ceases to amaze me
A spotlight on Appendiceal Neuroendocrine Neoplasms
What are Appendiceal NENs Appendiceal Neuroendocrine Neoplams (NENs) account for approximately 60% of all primary cancers in the appendix. The other main cancer types found
Nuclidium wins award to study NET radiopharmaceutical – Phase 1 Clinical Trial of TraceNET (TM)
What is TraceNETTM TraceNETTM is a a novel copper-based ‘radiodiagnostic’ for detecting neuroendocrine tumours (NET). The PET imaging agent candidate is the diagnostic component of
Experimental drug for Gastric NET – Netazepide
Gastric NETs When I wrote my post entitled “Spotlight on Gastric Neuroendocrine Neoplasms“, I explained what these were with some emphasis on the association with
A Newsletter from RonnyAllan.NET – 13th March 2023
Newsletter from Ronny Allan – 13th March 2023 Welcome to my new template newsletter compiled using WordPress (my blog app). This is the 2nd in
Fructose intolerance – the NET Effect
Background When I cast my mind back to my very first surgery, I remember all sorts of ‘plumbing’ issues but was told it would take
A tribute to the life and legacy of Miranda Filmer
It’s true to say that Neuroendocrine Cancer is an older person’s disease, the epidemiology is clear on that. But I do see many young people
Treatment for Neuroendocrine Cancer: Beware of the alternatives
The Alternative Hype Cancer Research UK warns of the risks in Alternative Therapies, and I pay great attention to what these guys say. I know
RonnyAllan.NET – Summary of February 2023 – Ronny Allan – Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer
Summary Another great start to 2023 and I thank those who continue to support my social media and this blog. I’m keen to hear any
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6 thoughts on “The 3 x Award-Winning Blog and Community by Ronny Allan – Living with Neuroendocrine Cancer”
I’m tech-challenged; how do i get on your blog… I suspect that’s the best place for me to start. I am so confused and feel hearing others talk about issues will help at least get going in a positive direction for appropriate questions
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Thanks Ronnie it’s a Very impressive list. I will take my time and look again to see if I have missed any. Dorothy from Australia
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?
Hi Arun, the best way is on facebook messenger – here http://m.me/NETCancerBlog