NET cancers are NeuroEndocrine Tumors (carcinoids).
Yes, the month is almost over, but I believe that it's better late than never!
The cancer that invaded Albert's thymus and is still inside and around his heart, is a NET cancer.
It's one of the rarer types of cancers, with the bleakest survival rate.
Depending on where it's located, it may or may not respond to treatments.
Every person's NET cancer is different because it can occur in so many different places in the body.
Either they grow very slowly or very aggressively, and usually aren't detected until they are very large or affecting other organs.
You can learn more about them at: http://netcancerday.org