Quality of life is just as important a research goal as survival
The STOPNET trial is designed to reduce the burden of treatment on people diagnosed with NETs – but we need your help to get it off the ground.
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Improving quality of life with the STOPNET trial
Now in her 60s, Jennifer has a full and busy life, but juggling everything became a lot harder when she started feeling sick and losing weight. She did what many patients do. She ignored it – until she couldn’t ignore it anymore, and it was discovered she had a neuroendocrine tumour (NETs).
The good news for NETs patients is that their tumour is usually slow-growing and they may live for years with the disease. The bad news is, if it’s not localised, it is currently incurable.
This means patients like Jennifer may endure years of therapy and intrusive procedures that can cause debilitating side effects.
The STOPNET trial is designed to reduce the burden of treatment on people like Jennifer – but we need your help to get it off the ground.
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