CR&T hosts both educational and fundraising events.

Participating in a CR&T fundraising event allows you to enjoy a fun, festive time with family, friends, and colleagues while you support our efforts to find new treatments and cures for cancer.  Attending a CR&T-sponsored education program gives you access to quality information that supports patient care.

Check out the events below, and please be sure to share information with others who might be interested!

Upcoming Programs: CR&T plans to host both of the events described below in 2021. However, due to COVID restrictions, we have not yet determined whether we will offer virtual, live, or hybrid events. We will update this space and send an email blast to all of our stakeholders as soon as we have more information.

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Cancer Survivors Hall of Fame Dinner

Our signature fundraising event is an annual celebration of courageous cancer survivors and the families, friends and medical experts who are determined to find a cure. In 2020, we held a Virtual Hall of Fame Gala on December 3.  You can view the entire program here.

International Patient Symposium on Myeloproliferative Neoplasms

This popular patient education program offers the latest information on MPN research and treatment. The 11th International Patient Symposium on MPNs was held as a virtual event on October 28, 2020. To view the presentations and the Q&A session, please click on the link below.
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Young Professionals Events

To join our growing group of committed, engaged professional young men and women who combine fun and fundraising to support our cause, please contact Barbara Rosenstein at

For additional details about CR&T’s events, including sponsorship opportunities, please contact Barbara Rosenstein, Director of Administration & Development, as 212-288-6604 or

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