The 2012 Oncofertility Conference: Dialogues in Oncofertility begins next Thursday, September 27th in Chicago, IL. This 6th annual conference will include talks from experts across the globe on topics that range from factors influencing primate folliculogenesis to the psychosocial needs of young cancer patients. The keynote presentation from Dr. Hamish Wallace, will address, “Fertility Preservation for Young People with Cancer: What Are the Remaining Challenges?” In addition, an evening cocktail hour will include a celebration for pediatric and young adult cancer survivors with national advocates, survivors, researchers, and clinicians…and a special piano performance from the founder of the young adult cancer advocacy organization, Stupid Cancer, Matthew Zachary.
For those who are not able to attend the conference in person, we are happy to announce that the educational presentations will be available through live web streaming. Virtual attendees can join in from across the globe by going to this website (http://bit.ly/virtualoncofert) during the conference hours on Thursday, September 27 – Friday, September 28. In addition, complementary CMEs, nursing, and physicians assistant credit hours will be available to online attendees. Learn more about this virtual broadcast and pre-register to receive CMEs through the virtual conference.
To attend the 2012 Oncofertility Conference in person, limited registration is still available. We look forward to seeing you there!