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We have secured several dates for the MRF's 2018 Patient Symposia Series and I hope you can join us at an event near you. Registration for most events is now open and draft agendas can be found on each event page. Register for a symposium by going to our Educational Programs page.
Here is the current list of patient symposia.
April 7 – City of Hope Cancer Center – Duarte, CA
April 14 – Northside Hospital – Atlanta, GA
April 20-22 – CURE OM Patient Symposium – Denver, CO
May 5 – The Ohio State University/The James – Columbus, OH
May 11 – Abramson Cancer Center/UPenn – Philadelphia, PA
May 14 – UNC-Chapel Hill – Chapel Hill, NC
May 19 – Seattle Cancer Care Alliance – Seattle, WA
September 21-23 – Pediatric Melanoma Summit – Grapevine, TX
We hope to add a few more soon. If you have any questions, please let me know at [email protected] or (202) 742-5945.
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