Chapter 23: The Human Anatomy of Neuroendocrine Cancer (by Ronny Allen)

In the spirit of Neuroendocrine Cancer Awareness, I want to introduce you to Ronny Allen, a NETs* cancer survivor in the UK. He has been living with this disease for 7 years and has won numerous awards for his excellent blogging on the topic of neuroendocrine cancer. We have learned a lot from him!

The post I’m linking here is especially interesting and informative (and short). I also saw a post this week from the LA NET Patient Conference stating that NETs is the 2nd most common GI cancer behind colorectal cancer (if I can find the exact source, I will link it). So while it’s uncommon, it’s becoming less so.

Anyway, here’s Ronny. Click to read!

*NETs = Neuroendocrine Tumors

NETsfamous

Photo credit: Ronny Allen’s blog

 

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