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Living with NETs

It’s difficult to find out that you have a neuroendocrine tumour (NET). It’s normal to feel angry, sad, upset and shocked. You might worry about what will happen and how you will cope.

Getting practical and emotional support can help you cope with your diagnosis and treatment.

Coping with NETs

Find out what you can do and who can help you to cope.

Diet and NETs

NETs can cause diet problems such as diarrhoea and weight loss. Find out about the problems you might have and ways to manage your diet.

Coping with carcinoid syndrome

Practical and emotional support to help you cope with the symptoms and complications of carcinoid syndrome.

Support at home

You might need some care and support at home due to having a NET or its treatment. Some practical and emotional support is available to you and your family.

Resources and support

Find support organisations, books and videos to help you cope with a NET and its treatment.

Last reviewed: 
11 Dec 2018
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