The Neuroblastoma Parent Global Symposium will bring together families affected by neuroblastoma from around the world with those who work to treat, help and support them. Over two days, international experts will share credible and reliable information on treatment and clinical trials and dealing with some of the challenges of a childhood cancer diagnosis, through live presentations, panel sessions and Q&As.
This free educational opportunity is taking place online and is unique for the neuroblastoma community, providing families worldwide with free access to information and lasting resources, through the archive of videos that will be available following the event.
This inaugural Symposium was born out of the challenges of COVID-19 which meant the cancellation of Children’s Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation’s and Solving Kids’ Cancer UK’s 2020 in-person parent events. The objectives of this new, virtual event remain the same – to bring the neuroblastoma community together and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas among all participants.
A comprehensive agenda has been designed with the needs of families in mind. It offers credible and impartial information about neuroblastoma, together with current treatment strategies throughout Europe, North America and Australia. International experts will share detailed information on clinical trials and support that is available to families, including those who are living with the challenges beyond treatment. Visit the Agenda page to see early confirmed session titles and speakers.
The Clinical Steering Committee (CSC) comprises clinicians and researchers of international repute spanning Europe, North America and Australia, to help ensure that the agenda covers a wide range of topics catering to a global audience. Click here to find out more.