Recorded live on August 14, 2019, this one-hour program on living with neuroendocrine tumors is available to watch now! This program addresses what factors influence how NETs develop over time; signs and symptoms of the disease; the role that different health care providers play on a NETs care team, and how they work together; and how people living with NETs can communicate symptoms effectively and become an active participant in treatment decisions. Giovanna Joyce Imbesi, pianist and patient advocate who lives with NETs and joined us for our very first program on carcinoid syndrome, moderates a discussion with Grace Goldstein, the Chief Operating Officer of the Carcinoid Cancer Foundation and Dr. Edward Wolin, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Center for Carcinoid and Neuroendocrine Tumors at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Click the play button below to watch the program – you’ll be asked for a few key pieces of information and to answer a couple of questions before gaining access. To download the slides, click on the Event Resources section.
If you missed our earlier programs with CancerCoachLive on carcinoid syndrome, you can watch them here: