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— BOB WAHMANN
Attend An Upcoming NCAN Event!
Although more research is occurring in the neuroendocrine cancer community than ever before, there remain many regions in the United States where it is difficult to access knowledgeable providers and trustworthy information about this disease, treatment options, and the latest findings. Patients know better than anyone the devastating effects of neuroendocrine cancer, but we all need the guidance of good doctors to ensure we can overcome. By attending an NCAN Patient Conference, patients, friends and family members gain access to the perspectives of leading institutions, physicians, and thought leaders who are dedicated to ensuring you or your loved one receive the best information and care.
Can’t Make It To An Event?
Donations gratefully accepted in support of NCAN’s programs!
The 2020 “Stride For Stripes” Virtual Zebra Walk Across America
Benefiting The Neuroendocrine Cancer Awareness Network.
I’M READY TO HELP FIGHT NEUROENDOCRINE CANCER!
*DUE TO SOCIAL DISTANCING MANDATES THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO MARCH 13, 2021.
Join us on March 13, 2021 for a Zebralation of Happiness to raise funds and awareness for Neuroendocrine Cancer.
4500 Marriott Dr., Raleigh, NC 27601
Celebrate life with patients, friends and family, meet new friends, reunite with old friends, eat a Cuban inspired meal, drink unlimited beer and wine, bid on one of a kind items on the silent auction, buy a ticket for the 50/50 raffle and dance the night away!
Formal Cuban inspired wear. Think resort formal, no tie required.
All funds raised will be donated to the Neuroendocrine Cancer Awareness Network (NCAN). Early bird tickets are on sale through the end of November at $100 pp. Tickets purchased after November 30 will be $120 pp.
NCAN 2021 National NET Patient Conference – Atlanta
Please join us Thursday, September 30th @ 9AM – 6:00PM – Saturday, October 2nd, 2020 @ 9AM – 6:00PM for the not-to-be-missed NCAN 2021 National NET Patient Conference in Atlanta.