In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus), and after much consideration, we have made the difficult decision to suspend our in-person Patient Networking Group meetings.
The decision was made in the best interest of our patient populations, program attendees and any staff that may attend.
The in-person Patient Networking Group will resume as soon any potential risks are reduced and partner institutions will allow. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Meeting others who are affected by cutaneous lymphoma in person can be an important part of building a support network. In 2013 the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation introduced patient networking groups to provide patients and caregivers a place within their local community to meet, share and have opportunities to learn. The groups are facilitated by local volunteer leaders. The Foundation's networking groups are open exclusively to patients and their loved ones in order to provide privacy and encourage open communication.
Patient Networking Groups are located in the following cities:
Fairfax, Virginia (Washington, DC area)
Tualatin, Oregon (Portland area)
Visit the group's page for meeting location, dates and times.