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Stupid Cancer Announces CancerCon

Stupid Cancer is excited to bring CancerCon® to Seattle, WA this April 16 - 19, 2020. 
BY Stupid Cancer
PUBLISHED February 24, 2020
Stupid Cancer is excited to bring CancerCon® to Seattle, WA this April 16 - 19, 2020. CancerCon is Stupid Cancer's annual 4-day conference that brings together hundreds of adolescent and young adult cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, advocates, and health professionals to build community and connect to critical resources. With no judgments or stigma, at CancerCon you will be embraced by an empowered community that gets it because they already 'got it.' The CancerCon experience includes educational breakout sessions, group discussions, networking opportunities, a packed exhibit hall, and lots of social activities. View the full schedule at cancercon.org.
 
Attention healthcare professionals: This year Stupid Cancer, in partnership with LLS, is excited to offer two CE courses as pre-conference workshops at CancerCon 2020: CAR T-cell Therapy as a Treatment Option for YA Cancer Patients: The Role of the HCP in Treatment and Communicating with Young Adults with Cancer. 
 
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to meet your AYA cancer community. Register now at register.cancercon.org
 
Questions? Contact support@cancercon.org.

 
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