The Alliance has embarked on a strategic planning process to decide how to best connect, educate, and empower patients and caregivers. We want communities nationwide to realize the benefits of AllyCon, so we’re putting our national conference on a one-year pause as we plan for a more inclusive future.
For now, we’re proud to announce that a second AllyCamp volunteer training retreat will occur this December in Washington, D.C. More information will be announced soon through our newsletters and on the AllyCamp web page. We've also launched an interactive educational web series called CRCtalks, featuring world-class experts.
We're so grateful for the participation we've had throughout our previous national conferences. These events were designed to offer exceptional support for CRC patients, survivors, and caregivers — and that remains at the heart of everything we do.
The Alliance is working hard on plans to bring our community together in 2024, and we will announce them later this year.
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