ENETS Guidelines

Several guidelines on the management of neuroendocrine tumors have been published by expert national and international groups in recent years, however, a consensus on diagnosis and treatment is difficult to reach due to the limited evidence available in the literature. Nonetheless, novel diagnostic tools and therapies have emerged in the last 5 years as a substantial result of the continuous effort in the field. Indeed, slowly but constantly the neuroendocrine tumor world moves forward for the patients’ good.

(Source: "ENETS 2011 Consensus Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Digestive Neuroendocrine Tumors: An Update", Authors: Ramon Salazar,Bertram Wiedenmann,Guido Rindi,Philippe Ruszniewski)

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In preparation of the upcoming ENETS Barcelona 2018 Annual Conference, we have discovered in the world wide web at least one professional entity suggestive of possessing an ENETS mandate for conference registrations. Therefore, we must inform you that 100% of all conference participants are registered through ENETS official website www.enets.org and http://enetsconference.org/. There are no further options to validly register for Barcelona 2018 (or for any other ENETS event).

Please stay away from fraudulent scams abusing the ENETS acronym to register – and charge you above official ENETS conference fees! Such entities, against whom ENETS presses criminal charges, are neither authorized, nor commissioned nor instructed by ENETS to make such representations.