NETWise

NETWise

Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation

People who are diagnosed with a rare disease often do not know where to turn. Even their doctors are often in the dark about how to give them the best care. NETRF, which serves the community of people with neuroendocrine tumors, wanted a powerful, engaging tool to provide people facing a NET diagnosis with a thorough grounding in the disease so they could make more informed choices about their own lives.

And so, NETWise was born! For this ongoing series, our teams conducts interviews with NET experts from around the country – oncologists, researchers, surgeons, endocrinologists, nurses, and many, many more – and uses that footage to construct a series of immersive, NPR-quality audio documentaries. These strive to answer the most basic questions new NET patients have – what is cancer? What is happing in my body right now? Why am being asked to take this particular test or undergo this particular procedure? – as well as educate about everything that is currently being done in the fight against this complex and varied family of diseases.

Also included are first-person stories from NET patients themselves, telling how they’ve navigated this change in their lives and offering advice to the newly diagnosed.

New episodes publish monthly at netrf.org/podcast and wherever you get your podcasts.

TEAM

David Hoffman Producer, Writer, Post-Production
Garrett Tiedemann, Alex Brouwer Assisted By
Gabriela Montequin Production Manager
Courtney Moore Graphic Design

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TEAM

David Hoffman Producer, Writer, Post-Production
Garrett Tiedemann, Alex Brouwer Assisted By
Gabriela Montequin Production Manager
Courtney Moore Graphic Design
“The team at CitizenRacecar feels like an extension of our own team. We’ve worked closely with them over the last two years to produce a podcast for neuroendocrine cancer patients. It’s a complex and misunderstood disease, yet CitizenRacecar has been masterful at weaving the expertise of physicians and the stories of patients together to produce episodes that are both educational and engaging.”

-Melissa Phillips

Director of Communications

Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation

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