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    Neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) - Macmillan Cancer Support

    NETs are grouped according to where the cancer started (the primary tumour). For example: small bowel NETs; large bowel NETs; appendix NETs; pancreatic NETs; stomach (gastric) NETs; lung NETs. Rarely, NETs occur in other areas, including the: liver; gallbladder; bile ducts; kidneys; ovaries; testicles. You may hear some NETs referred to as carcinoid tumours. These are usually tumours of the ...

    The National Education and Training Survey (NETS) | Health ...

    12/10/2018 · The NETS is an opportunity for students and trainees to tell us about their experience and share what is working well and what could be improved. The survey takes between 6-10 minutes to complete and the results will be available to view in the NETS Reporting Tool.

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    Brooklyn Nets | The Official Site of the Brooklyn Nets

    The official site of the Brooklyn Nets. Includes news, scores, schedules, statistics, photos and video.

    What are nets? - BBC Bitesize

    Nets of 3D shapes. The net of a 3D shape is what it looks like if it is opened out flat. A net can be folded up to make a 3D shape. There may be several possible nets for one 3D shape. You can ...

    Nets - 2D and 3D shapes - KS3 Maths Revision - BBC Bitesize

    Nets. Some 3D shapes, like cubes and pyramids, can be opened or unfolded along their edges. to create a flat shape. The unfolded shape is called the net of the solid. Here are some 3D shapes and ...

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