Los Angeles, CA, June 24&25, 2017

Annual 2-Day Patient Conference -Los Angeles, CA, June 24 & 25, 2017 Annual 2-Day Patient Conference -Los Angeles, CA, June 24 & 25, 2017

Annual 2-Day Patient Conference

Date and Time

Saturday, June 24, 2017 - 8:00am - Sunday, June 25, 2017 - 3:00pm

Location

Manhattan Beach Marriott
1400 Parkview Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
United States

We hope you will plan to join us in the Los Angeles, California area for our annual 2-Day Patient Conference, Saturday - Sunday, June 24 & 25, 2017.

 

The 2-Day Patient Conference is an all-encompassing, weekend event open to anyone affected by cutaneous lymphoma regardless of where you are in your journey.  The conference is an opportunity to network and learn more about living with cutaneous lymphoma through:

  • Clinical presentations
  • Patient and Caregiver Roundtables
  • Open Q&A Discussions with Physicians
  • Health & Wellness presentations
  • Research and Therapy Updates
  • Patient-Lead Panel Discussions
  • and more...

Featured speakers:
Monica Bryant, Esq., Triage Cancer
Allister Benjamin Chase, NP, Genentech
Lauren Pinter-Brown, MD, Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center; UC Irvine Health Cancer Center - Newport
Christiane Querfeld, MD, PhD, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Steve Rosen, MD, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center
Jasmine Zain, MD, City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center

We hope you'll plan to join us!

Accomodations:
Please contact the hotel directly to inquire about guest room rates. Please note: The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation does not have a block of discounted hotel rooms for this program.

Parking:
The Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation will cover the cost of self-parking only. Valet parking will not be covered for this event.

Registration

Three easy ways to register:

Online: Click here

By Email:

By Phone: 248.644.9014, ext 4

Event Supporters

Actelion
Celgene
Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals
miRagen
Seattle Genetics
Valeant
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