Celebrating a Second Chance at Life: National Symposium for Bone Marrow, Stem Cell and Cord Blood Transplant Survivors

Saturday, April 30 to Sunday, May 1, 2016

Chicago, IL

The BMT InfoNet Symposium is geared to provide support and information for adult bone marrow, stem cell, and cord blood transplant survivors, as well as for parents of pediatric survivors, family members and caregivers of survivors, and healthcare professionals that work with transplant survivors. This years keynote speakers will discuss palliative care and improving quality of life. Breakout sessions will focus on the many topics surrounding coping after receiving a transplant. Discussions will include nutrition, cognitive effects, planning issues, and managing post-transplant symptoms. Triage Cancer's, Monica Bryant, Esq. will lead two breakout sessions, one titled “Understanding Your Employment Rights and Disability Insurance” and the other on “Health Insurance: Know Your Rights and Options.”

If you are a transplant survivor or family member, registration costs $45 per person and includes continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks. If you are not a survivor or family member the cost of attendance is $185 and also includes the same meals and conference materials.

The symposium is approved to provide 9 Social Work CE contact hours (Approval # 886578920-0).


Click here to learn more about the symposium and register!

8535 W Higgins Rd, Chicago, IL 60631, USA