The Cancer Research & Treatment Fund (CR&T) is proud to host the 12th International Patient Symposium for individuals with myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs), their family, and friends.
Wednesday, November 1, 2023
Belfer Research Building, Weill Cornell Medicine
413 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021
Patients and guests attending this day-long symposium will learn about the latest research developments and treatment practices from distinguished MPN researchers and physicians. This is a unique opportunity to engage with guest speakers from the most prestigious cancer centers in the world.
*Primary Registration Fee: $175 for the patient/first ticket purchaser.
*Guest Registration(s): $100 additional for each family member or guest.
Continental Breakfast – Conference program and materials – Access to all sessions – Morning and afternoon coffee/snack breaks – Access to sponsor tables – Box Lunch – Admission to the evening wine/cheese reception – Discount code to MPN Congress
*Scholarships available. Please contact Chad Feay at email@example.com for assistance.
Links to Materials of Interest
CR&T MPN Symposium 2023 Program Schedule
CR&T MPN Symposium 2023 Save The Date
For the convenience of attendees, a room block with a limited number of rooms has been reserved at the discounted group rate of $319 (plus taxes/fees), available until Sunday, October 1, 2023. Reservations made after this date or after the room block has been filled (whichever comes first) are subject to availability and prevailing hotel rates.
Click here HERE for more information and to book a room.
Dress: Business casual
Register Today – Space is limited!
Giving consideration to COVID, attendance will be limited to avoid overcrowding. Masks are welcome, but not required. All sessions will be recorded and posted on the CR&T website to accommodate those who cannot attend in person.
Corporate Sponsorships are available and appreciated. To become a corporate sponsor, please contact Chad Feay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.288.6604
Sponsorships and other contributions are tax-deductible and help defray program costs and provide scholarships to attendees.