FREE One-Day Conferences for MDS Patients & Caregivers LIVING with MDS . Whether you are a newly diagnosed patient, a long-term survivor, or caregiver, this event will have something for you. Learn from experts about treatment therapies and strategies for Patients & Caregivers LIVING with MDS.
Our conferences begin at 9:00am and end at approximately 2:30pm. As each conference is unique, the ending times may vary. We look forward to another successful year!
Thank you to Acceleron, Celgene, Jazz, Novartis, and Takeda for supporting these important events.
For updates, please make sure to regularly check our website for meetings taking place in a city near you!
Please make sure to regularly check our website for details. Contact Janice Butchko with inquiries or to register via telephone or email at 1-800-637-0839 Ext. 212 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for the MDS event last Saturday in New York! I thought it was informative and interesting with an excellent combination of speakers. The general feeling was friendly and the food was good – a very pleasant and useful day.- Lois B.
Each time I attend an MDS Foundation Patient Forum, I learn a little bit more about MDS. The presentations are always great.- Scott M.
I wanted to let you know that I loved attending the patient forum. It was superb and very well done. I introduced myself and spoke to many of the patients, and their loving caregivers. I listened to their stories, which despite their circumstances, were filled with hope and gratitude for their lives and loved ones. I readily recognized their struggles and questions based upon my experience with my mother. The session was helpful and very informative – the oncology nurse did an excellent job of dismissing worries and concerns with facts and information. Thank you for the invitation – I received a lot from attending.- Deborah P.
Just wanted to thank you for such a nice symposium last Saturday in Indianapolis. We have attended at least two and they have all been wonderful. Thank you for all your hard work.- Linda B.