International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference

Join us for our 10th-year celebration of hope!

August 21-23, 2020  •  Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center  •  Rockville, MD

New! Friday ZOOM Meetups for anyone who has registered for the ILCSC.
If you would like to participate, register for the Conference and be on the lookout for weekly sign-up emails.

  • New date - August 21-23, 2020

Due to concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), the International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference has been postponed to August 21-23, 2020. The conference in August will still have the same great sessions, speakers and celebrations of HOPE, and we will do everything in our power to make the transition to the new date as seamless as possible for those who registered for the original April date.

If you have already registered for the conference, your registration will automatically roll over to the new date. If you have registered but are unable to attend in August, email info@lungevity.org with your cancellation request and your registration fee will be refunded.

Read our announcement about the new date, and find FAQs for rescheduling your travel and accommodations.

 

The International Lung Cancer Survivorship Conference is a unique weekend conference, designed by and for people diagnosed with lung cancer and their caregivers. Past attendees have described this conference as “transformational.”

The conference teaches attendees how to live well with lung cancer and provides opportunities to connect with other survivors, hear from world-renown researchers on the latest treatments, learn about ways to manage your disease and your cancer journey and much more! It is made up of three simultaneous summits: the HOPE Summit for patients who are first-time attendees or want to learn the basics; the COPE Summit for caregivers; and the Survivorship Summit for advocates and survivors who are interested in more advanced topics.

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LUNGevity is joining four other lung cancer organizations to provide important information on the coronavirus (COVID-19). Check in for updates.

 

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