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Our Mission:

“To improve the outcomes of NET patients through accelerated collaboration between patients, clinicians and researchers in member nations”

CommNETS 2016 Annual Meeting  
Honolulu 2nd & 3rd December

The Commonwealth Neuroendocrine Tumour Group (CommNETS) 2016 bought  together over sixty enthusiastic leaders in the field – NET clinicians, researchers and patients/advocates from across Australia, New Zealand & Canada. Click here for the full report.

CommNETS ASM 2016 T.Shirts

Presentations and Posters

CommNETS researchers submitted posters and abstracts  for various meetings in 2016 and have had much success.  The latest success being an oral presentation at the 2017 ASCO GI Meeting in San Francisco January 19-21 Read more

NETS Publications by CommNETS members

Title: Identifying and Prioritizing Gaps in Neuroendocrine Tumour Research: A Modified Delphi Process With Patients and Heal Care Providers to Set the Research Action Plan for the Newly Formed Commonwealth Neuroendocrine Tumor Collaboration
Eva Segelov
, David Chan, Ben Lawrence, Nick Pavlakis, Hagen F. Kennecke,Christopher Jackson, Calvin Law, and Simron Singh Read More  

Title:  Patient-Reported Burden of a Neuroendocrine Tumor (NET) Diagnosis: Results from the first Global Survey of Patients with NETs
Authors: Simron Singh, Dan Granberg, Edwin Wolin, Richard Warner, Maia Sissons, Teodora Kolarova, Grace Goldstein, Marianne Pavel, Kjell Öberg, John Leyden    Read More

Title:  Diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal neuroendocrine tumors: An evidence-based Canadian consensus
Authors: Simron Singh, Sylvia L. Asa, Chris Dey, Hagen Kennecke, David Laidley, Calvin Law, Timothy Asmis, David Chan, Shereen Ezzat, Rachel Goodwin, Ozgur Mete, Janice Pasieka, Juan Rivera, Ralph Wong, Eva Segelov, Daniel Rayson    Read More

Title:  Systemic therapies for advanced  gastroenteropancreatic neuroendocrine tumors:
Authors: Dainik Patel, David Chan, Gabrielle Cehic, Nick Pavlakis & Timothy Jay Price Read More

CommNETS is funded by Sponsorship provided by Ipsen Australia and an Education Grant provided by Ipsen Canada

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