WHAT IS CANCERCON?
CancerCon® is Stupid Cancer's annual 4-day gathering where attendees’ lives are transformed by engaging with hundreds of peers who understand what you're going through. With no judgments or stigma, at CancerCon you will be embraced by an empowered community that gets it because they already 'got it.' The CancerCon experience includes dozens of informational workshops, educational breakout sessions, group discussions, networking opportunities, and social activities. Join us in 2019!
Get ready for four days of transformational workshops, educational
programs, group discussions, networking events, and social activities.
GET THERE. GIVE BACK. SUPPORT STUPID CANCER.
HOW TO GET TO CANCERCON
CancerCon is in Downtown Denver. The conference is accessible from Denver International Airport (DEN) via car, taxi, shuttle or light-rail, each of which are a 30-45 minute ride. Learn more about all the ways you can get around Denver HERE
Melanoma Research Foundation
Rare Patient Voice
Soul Source Therapeutic Devices
Stanford Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program
Still Waters Cancer Retreat
The Lymphoma Research Foundation
True North Treks
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
Young Survival Coalition
"CancerCon has become a second home for me; for four days you get to bond with your own community; people that just get it. It is truly one of the highlights of my year." – Katelyn
"After attending and experiencing CancerCon, I may still worry about my future, but I know that I am definitely not alone in my journey and that there are resources for me." – Phil
"What can I say? This event is life-changing. I am a better mom, a better wife, and a better thriver all because of the support resources I received as an attendee." – Xenia
"You may very well arrive alone, but you certainly will not leave that way." – Marsha
"This event woke me up from the rut I was in and reminded me I was not alone." – Aaron
"Leaving Cancer Con I felt like a new me, ready to advocate and tell my story." – Nicole