Patient Stories

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12 September 2019

Marbellys Bayne’s Neuroendocrine Cancer Story

I was diagnosed with Stage IV Neuroendocrine Cancer in October 2015.  The primary tumour was in my small intestine with […]

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10 September 2019

Natasha’s Neuroendocrine Cancer Story

I was diagnosed in 2014 with a primary pancreatic NET that had spread to my liver. Following this diagnosis I […]

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27 March 2019

Jamie’s Neuroendocrine Cancer Story

On the 3rd August 2016 my life changed forever. For some reason it felt as though I couldn’t digest my […]

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15 March 2019

Surprised by Beauty, Tom’s NET Story

On January 2, 2015, I had a life-changing experience: I almost died. I was suddenly hospitalized with internal bleeding caused […]

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28 September 2018

Mike’s Neuroendocrine Cancer Story

I still feel hesitant in drawing attention to myself and the fact that I have NET cancer. However awareness is […]

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3 November 2017

Christine’s NET story

My journey with Neuroendocrine Cancer started 20 years ago. I wasn’t aware at the very beginning that it was a […]

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3 November 2017

Richard’s NET journey

From the outset, my treatment plan has been clearly laid out and what I have been told was going to […]

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3 November 2017

Sharon’s NET story

My NET story Have you ever had certain symptoms and “self diagnosed” yourself? I have and it nearly killed me! […]

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3 November 2017

Lyn’s poem about being a NET patient

What does it mean to you? What does it mean to you…  … the Nurse Practitioner who shrugged her shoulders […]

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