The Arizona Carcinoid and Neuroendocrine Foundation invites health professionals, health professional students and patients/community members to a panel discussion on carcinoid and neuroendocrine cancer with national experts on this rare disease.
Geared towards health professionals, health professional students and community members/patients seeking to understand carcinoid and neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) in the context of their own professions and lives.
Most carcinoid cancer and related neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) are found initially in the gastrointestinal system, but can also be found in, and metastasize to, other parts of the body. A constellation of symptoms (e.g. flushing, diarrhea, asthma, congestive heart failure, abdominal cramping and peripheral edema) is often misdiagnosed for many years. As with all cancers, early detection leads to more successful outcomes.
This half-day event from 10 am to 2 pm is comprised of two interrelated sessions:
10 am – Noon
- Brief History of Neuroendocrine Cancer
- Signs and Symptoms
- Early Diagnosis Opportunities
- Current Treatment Modalities
Noon- 2 pm
- Highlight of Patient Histories and Diagnoses
- New and Upcoming Treatment Modalities
How can you attend?
- University of Arizona, College of Medicine, Phoenix, Arizona
- Banner/M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Banner Gateway, Gilbert, Arizona
- Live streaming will come from UofA’s central Phoenix location, LSU with Dr Woltering, New York with Dr Wolin, Banner/MD Anderson with Dr Naraev and others who may be added at a later date.
- The central Phoenix location will have a live audience of medical students and other medical professionals.
- The Banner/ MD Anderson location will have a live audience consisting primarily of NETS Patients.
The first two hours, of this program, are designed to reach medical professionals, while the last two hours will address NETS Patients. Future details and update may be found on the website azcnf.org
Register today at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/neuroendocrinecancer or 520-762-6757