Friday, September 27, 2013 - 2:00pm - Sunday, September 29, 2013 - 3:00pm
The North American Educational Forum on Lymphoma is the most comprehensive lymphoma-specific educational conference in North America! This 2 ½ day annual program provides critical information on treatment options, patient support issues, clinical trials and the latest advances in lymphoma research to people with lymphoma and their loved ones.
Agenda and Speaking Faculty
The Forum’s agenda includes general session presentations, panel discussions, disease-specific breakout sessions, patient support topic sessions and a variety of networking opportunities.
Click here to view agenda for this 3-day event.
More than 35 lymphoma specialists and patient support experts from around the world for this year's forum.
Click here to view confirmed faculty.
Hotel Accommodations and Travel Information
The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge in Brooklyn, New York is the official hotel for this year's program. Special group rates are available for guest rooms. VIEW HOTEL AND TRAVEL INFORMATION
Registration Instructions and Fees
Registration fees include access to all educational sessions, exhibits, conference handouts/material, the official conference welcome bag and the following meals:
Receptions: Friday (enough food to serve as dinner)
Breakfast: Saturday and Sunday (continental breakfast)
Lunch: Saturday (plated, three-course meal) and Sunday (boxed lunch)
Refreshments: Throughout the weekend
The registration fee schedule and important deadlines are as follows:
Early Registration: $50 USD per person (available until Friday, August 16, 2013)
Regular Registration: $100 USD per person (available until Friday, September 13, 2013)
Registration Closing Date: Friday, September 13, 2013
Note: The cut-off date for the discounted sleeping rooms at the New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is Tuesday, September 3, 2013 or until the block is completely sold out. Remember to register and reserve your guest room early!
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