Every year, hundreds of adolescents and young
adults affected by cancer gather at CancerCon
for a life-changing weekend.
Every year, hundreds of adolescents and young adults affected by cancer gather at CancerCon for a life-changing weekend.
Exhibitor Registration is now closed!
If you’d like to purchase a booth, please send an email to [email protected] to find out if there are any spots left.
Take a look at what’s in store!
It’s going to be a jam-packed day of fun, education and networking.
Interested in becoming a CancerCon Sponsor?
Partnering with Stupid Cancer puts you in front of thousands of young people deeply connected to our mission of making cancer suck less. Sponsorship at CancerCon gives you direct and meaningful exposure to our engaged audience at CancerCon Live and Digital CancerCon events, with customizable sponsor benefits.
Should you require hotel accommodations, we have a block of rooms at a discounted rate at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis (where CancerCon will be hosted…how convenient!). We strongly encourage you to stay at the conference hotel so you don’t miss a thing! This limited block of rooms is offered at a very special discounted rate of $189 for single/double occupancy for reservations made by May 16, 2022. To get in on this deal, use our special link: stpdcn.cr/cc22hotel.
This event is totally FREE! To register, click on the “Register” button above starting on Wednesday, September 21st.
Digital CancerCon will open at 9am ET for our live event day on Saturday, November 19th. The digital environment will stay open for on-demand access until December 19th.
Go to stupidcancer.vfairs.com and enter using the information you received in your registration confirmation email. You can leave the site and return any time to log back in.
The Digital CancerCon virtual environment will remain open for one month after the live conference day. So, even if you’re not able to join us, you’ll still be able to view recorded breakout sessions, download Stupid Cancer resources, visit the Exhibit Hall, and chat with other attendees online.
Yes! All webinar presentations will be recorded and available to view on demand on Stupid Cancer’s website after the conference, and in the virtual environment until December 19th. For the privacy of participants, discussion sessions and social activities will NOT be recorded.
Yes! Please download the Zoom app to your computer and make sure it’s updated to the latest version.
In case of technical difficulties prior to the event please email us at [email protected] In case you run into trouble during the event you can reach out to us directly via the tech support chatroom that’s located at the Info Desk.
For any of our webinar-style sessions, you may come and go as you please! However, you must join discussions sessions on time — latecomers will NOT be admitted into the session, so we recommend that you plan your schedule beforehand.
Absolutely! Our agenda is full of opportunities to meet new friends, such as social activities like trivia; community mixers that are open all day; and breakout sessions. Through the virtual environment, you’re also be able to start 1:1 and group chats! In addition to instant messaging, there’s a video chat function that you can use to interact with fellow attendees.
Yes there is! CancerCon is a hybrid program, with Digital CancerCon in the fall/winter and CancerCon Live in spring/summer. The next CancerCon Live will be in Atlanta from August 17-20, 2023. Registration opens next year but follow us on our social media to get the inside scoop before anyone else.
Thank you to our generous CancerCon Live 2022 sponsors:
Our in-kind sponsors:
Our CancerCon 2022 Exhibitors:
3thirty Cancer Connect
American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA)
Beads of Courage
Bright Spot Network
Bristol Myers Squibb
Cactus Cancer Society
Cancer Hope Network
Cassie Hines Shoes Cancer Foundation
Colon Cancer Coalition
Elephants & Tea
I’m Not Done Yet Foundation
Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota
Melanoma Research Foundation
Project REACH: Research Evaluation after Cancer Health
Rein in Sarcoma
Steven G. Cancer Foundation
The Ruther Cheatham Foundation
True North Treks