Cancer Services


Neuroendocrine tumours are cancers originating from endocrine cells. They most commonly begin in the small intestine (carcinoid), lung or pancreas, or in other parts of the GI tract such as appendix, stomach, colon and rectum. Although most neuroendocrine tumours grow slowly, there are some which are capable of rapid growth.

Since these cancers come from endocrine cells, they have the capacity to produce hormones. Typical hormones produced are serotonin from carcinoid tumours, as well as glucagon, gastrin, VIP and insulin made by certain pancreatic neuroendocrine tumours. Production of serotonin from carcinoid tumours can cause carcinoid syndrome resulting in symptoms such as diarrhoea, flushing, shortness of breath, palpitations and injury to heart valves. However, in most cases, carcinoid tumours produce no hormone-related symptoms at all.

Our multidisciplinary carcinoid and neuroendocrine tumour team meets monthly to recommend optimal personalised care for patients with these rare tumours.

Multi-disciplinary Clinic Times

Friday 8.00am - 9.00am Monthly Temporarily Suspended

Registration Address

Patient Registrations, Oncology Services
Locked Bag 7103
Liverpool BC NSW 1871


Ph: (02) 8738 89800
Fax (02) 8738 9819

Neuro group Chair

Dr Weng Ng

Nurse Coordinator


Medical Oncology

Dr Weng Ng
Dr Ray Asghari ( Bankstown )
Dr Victoria Bray
Dr Wei Chua
Dr Aflah Roohullah ( Campbelltown )
Dr Deme Karikios ( Campbelltown )

Radiation Oncology

Dr Mark Lee

Surgical Oncology


Nuclear Medicine

Dr Amitabha Das
Dr Peter Cosman
Dr Scott MacKenzie 

Dr Peter Lin
Dr Michael Lin


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