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We were so pleased to play host to the 6th annual Asia Pacific Neuroendocrine Tumour Society (APNETS) meeting on November 9-11, 2018 in Melbourne this year.
Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs) are complex in diagnosis, treatment, and overall care, and their incidence is proven to be on the rise. Due to the complexities of NETs in diagnosis and ongoing treatment, they require care from multiple disciplines, including but not limited to surgeons, pathologists, oncologists, endocrinologists, gastroenterologists, nuclear medicine physicians, radiologists, and specialist nurses.
The APNETS scientific program brought together experts from around the world in all disciplines of NET patient care, presenting the most up to date research, clinical trials, guidelines, treatment options and diagnostics. The scientific program was based on a problem-oriented approach to patient care, reflecting the multidisciplinary nature of this disease.
Almost half the global population lives in the Asia Pacific region in nations that have a wide range of socio-economic development and varying sophistication in healthcare. This opens the way for regional collaboration in clinical trials and research in NET that both address the challenges of managing a rare disease in countries with limited resources and also the ability to recruit large patient numbers in complex studies using the very latest techniques that will have international relevance.
Thank You to everyone who attended APNETS 2018.
Professor Rodney J. Hicks
Dr Grace Kong