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    Saw your question and thought I would answer.  My son was diagnosed with High-grade NET in Feb 2012.  He had cisplatin and etoposide which I was told is the main chemo drug for this cancer.  It usually has a high success rate of tumor reduction. 

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      I'm guessing your NET is not carcinoid (non-functioning), which then usually has a low chance that PRRT will help. The Octreoscan will be able to determine that. My son also has high-grade neuroendocrine carcinoma. His started with a colon polyp (2010), moved to his liver (2012) and then to his brain (2012-present).  He did not have any other type of cancer which I'm sure makes treatment more complicated.  ...

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        I pray that your husband will continue to feel well.  Where does he get his treatments?

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          Micheal, I'm new to this site.  How are you doing?    

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            Carrie, My son has poorly differentiated Neuroendocrine cancer (non-functioning).  His started in the colon (July 2010) with a cancerous polyp.  He was not told to go to an oncologist or that it was a fast growning type of rare cancer.  He was only told to come back in 6 months for a colonosopy.  He was 28 at the time.  His back started hurting and he had lost some weight when they...

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