Being diagnosed with an uncommon cancer like a neuroendocrine tumor (NET) can feel isolating or overwhelming. Listen in as the NET Research Foundation (NETRF) speaks with experts and patients who will help us to understand NET diagnosis, treatment, and everything in between. NETWise is for everyone, from newly diagnosed patients to longtime survivors as well as caregivers and family members. This is your guide to learning, listening, knowing, and being NETWise.
NETWise Episode 28: PRRT Revisited
In this episode, we’re talking in depth about one of the most exciting and widely discussed treatments for NETs: PRRT. This is a revised version of an episode that originally released in 2020. A lot has happened since then in the development of nuclear medicine treatments like PRRT, and we’re excited to bring you information […]
NETWise Episode 27: NETs & Race
We hear a lot about the need for diversity and inclusion in health care, and we know there is a need for more diversity in NET clinical trials. In looking at the issue of race and medicine there are four major factors that influence health outcomes and that deserve scientific investigation. First, is your genes […]
NETWise Episode 26: LungNETs – Updated Episode
This is an updated NETWise episode. A special thank you to Dr. Aman Chauhan for his expert knowledge and help with this special NETWise update. Did you know that about 1 in 4 NETs develop in the lungs? Lung NETs are often overlooked, less frequently discussed, and more misunderstood than NETs that begin in the […]
NETWise Episode 25: Small Bowel NETs
This is a revised version of an episode that first aired in December of 2020, where we focused on diagnosis and treatment of NETs that start in the most common site: the small intestine. A special thank you to Dr. Mark Lewis for his expert knowledge and help with this special NETWise update. Did you […]
Episode 24: Gynecologic NETs
Today, we're going to pick up again with our series looking at all possible NET primary sites, with a conversation about one of the very rarest forms of NETs – those that originate in the female reproductive organs.
Episode 23: Parenting with NETs
As we end our mini-series about adjusting to the new normal of your life with NETs, we wanted to use an episode to highlight one of the most emotionally challenging situations that might confront a person who is newly diagnosed -- learning you have cancer while you are raising children.
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Useful, impressive, rich and up to date content - well researched and sourced. Artfully organized and produced - I can’t say enough positive things about it. This cancer is not well known, rare one might say and it’s all over the place, behaves differently from other more well-known cancers- very complicated. This is the best source. A must listen for the newly diagnosed, veteran patients, family members, clinicians. This podcast changed our lives, truly —- we’re prepared, armed with incredible knowledge to beat this. Thank you Netwise and netrf.org
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I am a new PA in NET clinic, grateful to listen to this show about a rare cancer, help me prepare for the clinic.
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