About Us

The Carcinoid and Neuroendocrine Tumor Society (CNETS) India was established in 2013 by a group of healthcare professionals dedicated to advancing the field of neuroendocrine tumor (NET) disease management.

We have both professional and patient advocacy wings to connect with both NET specialists as well as patients in the Indian subcontinent.

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CNETS India is a proud member of INCA

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Carcinoid or neuroendocrine neoplasms is a rare cancer group affecting less than 5 in 100,000 persons each year.

Our Society is the first and only active patient advocacy group serving Neuroendocrine/Phaeochromocytoma/Paraganglioma patients in the Indian Subcontinent. Our aim is to increase awareness about the NETs amongst the general public and healthcare professionals in South East Asian region and support all NET patients and caregivers in their journey with Neuroendocrine cancers.

 

INVITING PATIENT AND PHYSICIAN FEEDBACK


INCA invites NET patients and healthcare professionals to SCAN the challenges in NET diagnostics, treatment and care.

SCAN is a global assessment:

  • among NET patients & healthcare professionals
  • by a self-administered online questionnaire

SCAN measures worldwide:

  • The availability of NET diagnostic tools
  • The level of access to NET treatments
  • The level of access to ongoing checks
  • The level of access to healthcare professionals
  • Out-of-pocket costs of NET treatment and care
  • The provision of supportive services
  • Leading healthcare issues NET patients face today

Spread the word to make global impact!

We SCAN!

Find out more about SCAN here https://incalliance.org/scan/

Availability of Gallium 68 DOTANOC PET CT in India

 

For more discussions and information on medical specialists, hospitals and availability of PRRT in India, join our support group on Facebook- click here.

 

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NET patients often meet with many different specialists before getting the proper diagnosis. The SCAN survey questions for healthcare professionals provide valuable knowledge in terms of NET diagnostic and treatment methods, a knowledge to gain in just 10 minutes. Invite a doctor or a nurse to learn about NETs via SCAN incalliance.org/scan-for-hcps/ #wescan ... See MoreSee Less

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No personal data. Completely anonymous. SCAN invites all healthcare professionals to share experience and evaluate the healthcare system. Takes just 10 minutes to complete.

Survey link: bit.ly/2xJ8eE3
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Did you join us? Assess your healthcare system’s readiness to care for NET patients. SCAN statistics will be shared with the decision-makers to ask for improvements. One day, more people can get the chance of early diagnosis, better treatment options and optimal care. #wescan incalliance.org/scan/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Calling all Medical oncologists, Endocrinologists; Gastrointestinal specialists; Pathologists; Nuclear medicine specialists; Surgeons; Hematologists; Pulmonologists; Radiologists; Radiation oncologists, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Nutritionist, Nurses!

Why SCAN?

SCAN is not just another survey. For the first time ever, SCAN is going to measure the out-of-pocket costs of diagnosis, treatment and on-going monitoring of NETs globally.

Assess your healthcare system. We need YOUR opinion!

Open till October 31st.

For Doctors- bit.ly/2Olz6Dz

**For Patients-

English- bit.ly/2lUdemJ

Hindi - bit.ly/2mihoEZ
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Participate in the Global survey on challenges in NET care, open both for physicians and patients! ... See MoreSee Less

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Reach out to Us

We are reachable on email- info@cnetsindia.org

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