Every year we host our National Conference for anyone affected by lymphoma. It’s a chance for people to come together and share questions, concerns and stories about living with and beyond the condition. Our 2019 event, held in London on 11 May, had a focus on family members; exploring how a diagnosis can affect loved ones too. Our expert panel of speakers gave inspiring, uplifting and interactive presentations about topics we knew mattered to you.
Below, please find PDF copies of some of the talks, followed by videos of the speaker presentations from the County Suite.
Low-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma, Dr Robert Marcus
Making decisions about your treatment, Charina Ocampo
Active monitoring (watch and wait), Barbara Von Barsewisch
Keeping active and lymphoma, Gemma Hillier Moses
Dr Roddie did not grant permission to share her presentation on CAR T-cell therapies - apologies for any inconvenience.
We're really grateful for the fantastic feedback we've received from those who attended the conference:
'The presentation on high-grade non-Hodgkin lymphoma was fantastic' - Bob
'The whole conference was just an amazing experience' - Nic
'Extremely well organised - kind faces. Staff were approachable and speakers encouraged the audience to ask questions'
'It was great to hear details of the latest research and meet other people in my situation' - Leo
'The practical and engaging speakers, there were massive amounts of energy in the room' - Sarah
'After 10 years of attending national and regional conferences, this is the best organised that I have attended so far' - Ray
'I much appreciated and enjoyed the session about exercise and the personal story' - Leila
'Informative research. Brilliant speaker sensitive yet extensive. Speakers did take time to explain complex difficult situations. Food and atmosphere was very pleasant'
We are also grateful to the following companies for their support. As per our policy, they had no influence over the event programme or content.