Over 40,000 people are affected by Neuroendocrine Cancer (NETs) in the UK, with over 5,000 people newly diagnosed each year. That is more than 13 people a day. For many the first time they will have heard about Neuroendocrine Cancer will be the day they receive their diagnosis.
We need to change that
Whoever you are – a Neuroendocrine Cancer patient, a carer, a friend, healthcare professional or a loved one – you have the power to take action and make your voice count.
We need your help
The power of social media means that each of us have the opportunity to connect with more people which can help carry our messages to get more people talking about Neuroendocrine Cancer. But don’t worry, if you’re not on social media – you can still get involved!
Faces of NETs is here for you to share your own thoughts and about Neuroendocrine Cancer on social media to help create a wider and deeper conversation about Neuroendocrine Cancer across the UK. Follow the steps below to get involved.
1. Take or select the picture you want to share
It could be anything – waiting at an appointment, something that has brought you comfort or a selfie – whatever you feel represents your NET story.
2. Upload your picture to social media
Add a caption to share your thoughts, ideas or opinions and remember to use the official hashtag #FacesOfNETs when posting on social media. Photos can also be uploaded directly to our Faces of NETs gallery below (please select one photo at a time)
3. Check out all the posts on our Faces of NETs Gallery
By uniting online and tagging your posts with our official hashtag #FacesOfNETs we hope to continue building understanding around this uncommon cancer and help others know they are not alone.
Not on social media?
Don’t worry, you can still make your voice count! You can either upload your picture and Faces of NETs story directly to our gallery (please select one photo at a time) or send us an email and we will upload it for you.