The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada National Virtual Leukemia Conference

The National Leukemia Conference, taking place November 7 to 10, will provide four days of exceptional education, live Q&As and presentations from leading blood cancer experts.

Each person with a blood cancer faces a complex, multifaceted and unique experience. Providing them with information that is clear, credible and focused on their specific concerns will help them navigate their way.

The National Leukemia Conference, taking place November 7 to 10, will provide four days of exceptional education, live Q&As and presentations from leading blood cancer experts. You are invited to register and share with your patients, their caregivers and family.

Register for any or all of the sessions.

Conference sessions:

The latest in cellular therapy: How CART is changing how we treat blood cancers
November 7
1 PM ET

Acute myeloid leukemia (AML): What it is, how it’s treated and what’s on the horizon
November 8
2 PM ET

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL): What it is, when to treat, and what’s ahead
November 8
4 PM ET

Chronic myeloid leukemia (CML): What it is, how it’s treated and minimizing side effects
November 9
1 PM ET

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL): Treatment options, managing side effects and research advances
November 7
4 PM ET
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Living and feeling your best with leukemia: How to identify and manage side effects at home
November 10
2 PM ET

Register today to secure your spot early. https://bit.ly/nationalvirtualleukemiaconference