Happy New Year to all of our NET patients, caregivers, family members, medical support teams and friends around the world. Twenty eighteen is going to be a fantastic year!
We are about a month away from NET Cancer Day, an international awareness day to help shine a light on neuroendocrine cancers. There are many ways you can help to make an impact on this upcoming NET Cancer Day: Talk to your friends and family about your disease Host an event in your neighborhood – a walk, dinner or a vigil Share NET Cancer Day events and ribbons on your social
by John McDougall, MD Steve Jobs gave tacit permission and encouragement for me to write this newsletter article about the medical and nutritional aspects of his life when he commissioned his biographer to tell a true account. “I wanted my kids to know about me…” “Also, when I got sick, I realized other people would write about me if I died, and they wouldn’t know anything. They’d get it all
We had our first winter weather event strike on NET Cancer Day, which made travel around the Twin Cities difficult. That didn’t stop Izzy the Islet Cell Zebra from going down to Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis to see the 35W bridge over the Mississippi lit up in honor of NET Cancer Day. The sky was odd. It was still snowing around the Metro and it was bitterly cold on
Northwoods NETS held their support group meeting on November 9th, the day before NET Cancer Day. Our group participated in the “selfie” initiative, which helps gives a face to NET Cancer and the obstacles patients go through to get a proper diagnosis. Here are the Northwoods NETS that participated. If you weren’t able to attend the meeting, but did a selfie, send me an email and I will add you!