Subscribe to our
Subscribe to the Unicorn Foundation e-Newsletter and become a Friend by entering your details in the spaces provided. Friends will be kept informed on the progress we make and how the donations are being allocated.
Read more about the experiences of fellow NET patients and also check out our Patient Stories video on Youtube.
On Monday the 19th March (my husband David’s birthday) we were in transit to the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide, after receiving a referral from our local GP. Our eldest daughter Tayla had an ultrasound, MRI and CAT scan just days before, all which detected a mass in her abdomen, this warranted further investigation by the hospital. Even more bizarre was the fact that she had found this lump herself. Read more.
Sally gives an insightful account of her NETs journey.
I am a 41 year old wife and mother of 2 young boys. Read more.
Obviously any cancer diagnosis has a HUGE impact on your life, but I haven't let it define my life.
NETs has totally changed my life. I was a bit of a gym junkie before and now have had to cancel my membership due to pain and fatigue. Read more.
Apart from the very obvious physical impact, the next biggest thing was the concern around how
much time I would be away from work for appointments and surgeries. Read more.
Up until the 23 May 2013, I was your typical working woman juggling home life and a career as a Lieutenant in the Royal Australian Navy. Read more.
My name is Glenn Dempsey and I am 43 years old from Brisbane. Read more.
Hi I’m Michelle and this is my MEN 1 journey. Read more.
My life changed forever on 1st November last year as a very fit, healthy and very active 51year old I sat on my lounge that Sunday evening with my husband Evan and my dogs after enjoying our evening meal to watch some television, however, within an hour I was superbly impersonating a Cyanide victim extracted from an Agatha Christie novel! Read more.
Hi my name is Suzanne Stewart, I am 48 years old, the mother of two children and live in Darwin. I have Metastatic Neuroendocrine Pancreatic Tumours (PNET’s). Read more.