Why Attend?

Neuroendocrine tumor (NET) disease is both rare and complex. About 15,000 new patients are diagnosed each year in the U.S. – which means that many medical professionals will only encounter neuroendocrine tumors a few times in their careers. With new research, technologies and practices emerging, the landscape
of NET treatment is rapidly changing.
  • The support we provide to medical professionals is crucial to successful treatment and management of NET disease patients. This yearly conference is the premier opportunity to share in the growing knowledge of NET disease treatment – and interact with medical professionals on the front lines of the disease.
  • Over the course of three days, you and your peers will be privy to the latest in NET research, diagnostic techniques, treatment options and best patient practices.
  • This highly interactive gathering will also grant you the ability to share your unique NET insights, research and experiences.
This website contains information on what you’ll find at the conference. With your participation, we will further the cause of NET disease management and treatment in an ever-changing medical world.


SYMPOSIUM GOAL

The NANETS Annual Symposium provides a forum for members of the professional neuroendocrine community to come together to discuss new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques, optimal multidisciplinary care, and the future of neuroendocrine tumor research.
ABOUT NANETS

We at NANETS are a society of over 400 multidisciplinary medical professionals committed to the support of our colleagues in treating NET patients, as well as furthering the cause of NET science and education in North America. NANETS supports the medical community via education, grants and scholarships to up-and-coming medical professionals responsible for advancing NET research and treatment. NANETS is also the only organization in the U.S. that offers a comprehensive education program focused on NET disease.


Please contact NANETS at staff@nanets.net or (650) 762-6387 for more information.