The neuroendocrine tumour (NET) unit at the Royal Free Hospital has an international reputation for the management of neuroendocrine tumour patients. In 2010 it was the first UK centre to be awarded European Centre of Excellence. It currently receives 12-20 new referrals per month (144-240 per year) and has an active patient cohort of over 1,500 patients. We receive referrals from across the UK as well as from abroad, and we are the designated centre for NETs within the North London Cancer Network.
The aim of the Royal Free Hospital neuroendocrine tumour group is to provide optimal management for patients with neuroendocrine tumours, taking into account how the tumour affects each individual. We work within a multidisciplinary team and aim to enhance the prospects for treatment by a combination of clinical and laboratory research.
The RFH NET unit and oncology department conducts a number of clinical and basic science research trials relating to the treatment of and the pathogenesis of NET development. The NET unit clinicians and researchers collaborate with clinicians and research staff in the UK and abroad. The clinical lead and head of the neuroendocrine unit is Professor Martyn Caplin.
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The neuroendocrine tumour unit office is on the 8th floor (8 South), in the centre for gastroenterology.
Appointments can be made following a referral from a GP and through the choose and book system. Tertiary referrals are also available.
Professor of gastroenterology and neuroendocrine tumours, consultant gastroenterologist
Consultant medical oncologist
Consultant in gastroenterology and neuroendocrine tumours
Lead nurse for neuroendocrine tumours
NET patient coordinator and medical statistician
Clinical nurse specialist, neuroendocrine tumours
Clinical nurse specialist
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