NET Incidence Significantly Increases in Canada
Neuroendocrine Tumour (NET) Incidence Significantly Increases in Canada An original article published in Cancer, February 15, 2015, by the American Cancer Society showed that the incidence of Neuro...


CNETS 2015 Fundraising Events
CNETS Canada Announces 2015 Fundraising Events ...


CNETS News Archive
Stuart Scott, a long time EPSN anchor dies at the age of 49. His death highlights that neuroendocrine tumours are a rare and tragic form of cancer. Complete story can be found here Ipsen Announ...


Cancer Quality Council of Ontario's 2014 Awards
Cancer Quality Council of Ontario’s 2014 Quality and Innovation Awards   Congratulations to Susan Leslie Neuroendocrine Mutidisciplinary Clinic for being awarded Honourable Mention Qualit...


  Brampton Support Group Meeting
Join us for our monthly Brampton Support Group Meeting at Brampton Wellspring Chinguacousy House, 5 Inspiration Way, Brampton, Ontario. The house is in a residential neighbourhood at Father Tobin and...


Ottawa Race Weekend
On May 23rd/24th, our Team Zebra is at it again and participating in the Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend while raising funds for CNETS Canada! We are thrilled that this year CNETS Canada is registered a...


 

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