San Francisco 7/18/15
Registration open in December
Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management
of the New Normal
Patient and Family Conferences in 2015
The Aplastic Anemia & MDS International Foundation is Meeting You Where You Are in 2015 by offering six free patient and family conferences on aplastic anemia, MDS, PNH, bone marrow transplantation. Each program will provide you with answers from leading medical experts and the chance to connect with as many as 150 other patients and their caregivers.
The Saturday regional format makes it easy for family members and caregivers to attend at a time that's convenient to school and work schedules. All conferences focus on providing answers about your diagnosis and treatment and managing your new normal.
Attending conferences means being at the forefront. It's always interesting, always changing, and it's great to see familiar faces as well as meet new friends who understand.
You won't want to miss this informative and inspirational event!
Join us again to learn more about advances in treatment, discover new strategies for living well with bone marrow failure diseases, connect with friends, and participate in support forums.
Why Should You Attend?
- Hear from leading experts and learn more about your diseases, current treatments, and emerging therapies
- Explore a variety of topics on managing the new normal of life with a bone marrow failure disease
- Have your questions answered. Plenty of time will be provided in every session.
- Meet other patients and family members, connect to a Community of Hope in your area, or learn about our Peer Support Connection
- Learn how AA&MDSIF can help you through this life-changing experience
- And…It’s FREE! Advance registration is required.
Registration open in December but Save the Date today!
|Baltimore March 28, 2015||Cleveland May 2, 2015|
|San Francisco July 18, 2015||Boston September 19, 2015|
|Chicago October 24, 2015||Tampa November 14, 2015|
Can't attend in person? You will be able to follow select sessions on the Internet! Watch for information on live webcasts.
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