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emily bergsland

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

NANETS is in full gear as we ramp up to the 2021 Multidisciplinary NET Medical Symposium, November 4-6 in Chicago. While we all hope to be together, leaders are carefully monitoring the pandemic. I encourage our members and their greater NET medical communities to register for the Symposium. NANETS will honor the registration for either an in-person or a virtual medical symposium should we need to pivot this fall.

In addition to federal guidelines, NANETS will follow the recommendations of the Chicago Department of Health. Should cases continue to increase, NANETS may require proof of vaccination, a negative covid test, and/or masks to be worn by participants. Please continue to visit NANETS' website and watch your email for the latest information about requirements for this year's NET Medical Symposium.     

Last week, NANETS launched a portal to facilitate inquiries for organizations seeking to partner with NANETS. If your organization is interested in exploring opportunities for collaboration, please access and complete this form by visiting the Resources tab at www.nanets/net. NANETS’ Projects Review Committee will review all submissions, and be in touch as soon as possible.

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pamela kunz

July 6, 2021, Pamela Kunz, MD, NANETS Finance Committee Chair, Diversity and Membership Committee Past Chair, was featured on the Healthcare Unfiltered podcast with Chadi Nabhan, MD, MBA, FACP.

Dr. Kunz discussed potential reasons for higher incidences of NETs in the past three decades, as well as the latest treatment options for patients.
Dr. Kunz also highlighted NANETS' Diversity and Membership Committee's latest efforts toward inclusion through new data collection and efforts for representation. Listen now on SoundCloud.