National Conference on Work & Cancer
The 2016 National Conference on Work & Cancer was held on Friday, June 17, in New York City. It was a terrific event, with record attendance and new sessions and speakers.
Thank you to all who attended, and to our presenters and volunteers for their time and efforts.
A special thank-you to our amazing sponsors, without whom this Conference would not have been possible. And to our Community Partners for their ongoing support.
Check back soon to see highlights of the event on our Conference sizzle reel. And keep an eye out for information on next year’s Conference, which we’ll post on the site in early January.
In the meantime, consult our Events page for various other in-person programs as well as online webinars on topics related to balancing cancer and employment.
Thank you again.
Date: Friday, June 17
Time: 8:00 AM Registration; 9:00 AM Conference
(Breakfast and lunch will be provided.)
Location: CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10016
Free continuing education credits available for qualified healthcare professionals. For more information, click here.
To learn more about last year’s conference, click on the link below:
Sponsors of the 2016 National Conference on Work & Cancer
For additional information on this year’s sponsors, click here.
Adelphi NY Statewide Breast Cancer Hotline & Support Program, American Cancer Society, Be The Match, Bright Pink, CancerCare, Cancer for College, Cancer Support Community, Cervivor, Colon Cancer Alliance, Colon Cancer Coalition, FORCE, Gilda's Club New York City, Hope for Young Adults With Cancer, I Had Cancer, Imerman Angels, Lacuna Loft, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Life with Cancer, LUNGevity, Lymphoma Research Foundation, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, National Cancer Legal Services Network, National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, Oncofertility Consortium, OncoLink, The SAMFund for Young Adult Survivors of Cancer, SHARE, Sharsheret, Stupid Cancer, Treatment Diaries, Triage Cancer, The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, Young Survival Coalition