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In an average practice of 10,000 patients, approximately 5 patients will be living with and beyond a diagnosis of neuroendocrine neoplasm (NEN). This course aims to increase the primary care clinician’s knowledge of neuroendocrine neoplasms, and thereby improve the time to diagnosis and management of patients with NENs. Over the course of these two modules we will discuss the types of NENs, common presenting symptoms, the challenge their diagnosis presents, and the importance of primary care input following diagnosis.
An educational grant was received from Neuroendocrine Cancer UK for the production of this resource. Educational content was supported by NCUK but final editorial and content decisions were made by the RCGP.