Saturday, October 26, 2019
Take Control of Your NF at the 2019 Symposium
Each year at the annual symposium we bring together NF experts locally and from around the world to share with families current information on NF, including how to manage the symptoms of NF, and updates on treatment strategies. Participants also have the opportunity to ask questions and connect with other families on the NF journey from across the country. Meals are provided along with lots of social time and fun!
Join us to learn the latest developments & connect with others!
Date: Saturday, October 26, 2019
Live Your Best Life with NF!
Empowering yourself with knowledge about neurofibromatosis (NF) puts you in back in control of your health. Learn from both NF clinicians and patients living with the disorder at our 2019 symposium.
This fun and informative event is offered only once a year. This year we have speakers presenting on the following topics:
- Genoytpe and Phenotype Correlations in NF1
- Pregnancy and Reproductive Options
- Accelerating a Gene Therapy Cure for NF2
- Employment Challenges & Solutions
- Empowered Patients-Navigating the Medical Maze
- A Resiliency Formula
- Personal stories, and much more!
Your ticket includes:
- Hot buffet breakfast
- Ten highly informational & engaging presenters from across Canada
- A delicious catered 'Birds of a Feather' luncheon.
- Networking opportunities
- Plus, some cool surprises
Here’s what last year's guests said about the event:
“So impressed with the quality of speakers. Two thumbs up.”
"This event gave our family much needed hope!"
“What an incredible day. We learned so much and met some really lovely people.”
We hope you will join us for this year's event.
Early bird tickets are $50 to September 30th. Regular price $65.
Early bird tickets are available here: SYMPOSIUM TICKETS
CONNECT. LEARN, HAVE FUN!
A full listing of speakers will be published later this summer.
Can’t make the in-person event? Join us via the Live Stream.
Thank you to our sponsors and supporters of the 2018 Symposium:
We acknowledge the financial assistance of:
The Province of British Columbia