In recognition of Worldwide NET Cancer Awareness Day on November 10, NorCal CarciNet is hosting a one-hour, free webinar. Here’s a great opportunity to hear from 3 of the leading specialists in carcinoid/NET cancer treatment on NET CANCER DAY: Professor Dr. Richard P. Baum, Bad Berka, Germany; Dr. Eric Liu, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee; and Dr.
The Iowa Carcinoid Cancer Connection support group and the Carcinoid Cancer Awareness Network are sponsoring a walk to fight cancer in conjunction with Worldwide NET Cancer Awareness Day. The walk will talk place at the DMACC Ankeny Campus, DMACCC Lake, Building 7 in Ankeny, Iowa. Sign in is at noon and the walk starts at 1 pm. Register
Run, walk, or cheer on all participating in the 2nd Anuual Dean Paras Memorial 5K on Sunday, October 13th at University School in Hunting Valley, Ohio. Registration begins at 11:30 am and the Run/Walk starts at 1:00 pm. Michael Papanikolaou has organized the event in memory of his cousin, Dean Paras (pictured), who lost his battle with neuroendocrine cancer at the age of 26 in 2011. The Run/Walk is both an opp
Now in its second year, Run for The Stripes raises awareness for neuroendocrine cancers and funds for NET research at the University of Penn Medicine's Abramson Cancer Center. The run/walk will be held at the Philadelphia Zoo. There's an Early Bird Entry Fee through August 31. Runners, walkers, and spectators are all invited!!
The International Symposium on Pheochromocytoma and Paraganglioma (ISP) 2014 will cover all aspects of research on pheochromocytoma/paraganglioma, focusing on pheochromocytoma-related genes, new biochemical tests and imaging, new medical treatments, and the clinical guideline. The ISP 2014 will also provide the opportunity to present various cases for discussion.
The Neuroendocrine Carcinoid Cancer Education Association (NCCEA), in conjunction with the Colorado Carcinoid Support Group, is presenting a mid-winter conference athe University of Colorado, Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver. The guest presenters will be Thomas O'Dorisio, MD from the University of Iowa and W