The AllyCon national conference is the premier opportunity to connect with other patients, caregivers, and survivors, hear from experts on the latest in treatment, and share your experience.
All are invited, including newly diagnosed patients, long-term survivors, caregivers, family members, advocates, and other allies.
Sunday, September 18 - Tuesday, September 20, 2022
We’re back in person! The Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s 2022 AllyCon National Conference is the premiere opportunity to connect with other patients, caregivers, and survivors; hear from experts on the latest in treatment and survivorship; and share your experience.
This year’s conference will coincide with the Philadelphia Walk To End Colon Cancer. We have a special offer for those who register for AllyCon and participate in the Walk- raise $1,000 toward ANY Walk to End Colon Cancer and receive two additional nights room stay at the Philadelphia Marriott Old City. We will provide a shuttle from the hotel to the Walk and back. The Philadelphia Walk will launch our new Walk to End Colon Cancer brand.
Philadelphia Walk to End Colon Cancer: Saturday, September 17, 2022, 8:30 AM
East Fairmount Park - Memorial Hall Course
2839 W Glenwood Ave
AllyCon Conference: Sunday, September 18 - Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Philadelphia Marriott Old City
One Dock Street
AllyCon 2022 Registration Coming Soon!
A place for every ally
AllyCon is the Colorectal Cancer Alliance’s national conference and our signature patient and family support educational event. We are committed to providing attendees with the latest treatment and survivorship information in a forum that enables networking. All are invited - newly diagnosed patients, long-term survivors in and out of treatment, caregivers, family members, advocates, and those at other points in their journey.
Advocacy professionals, medical staff, and clinicians are also welcome. Panels with national experts, breakout sessions, and networking opportunities will address groundbreaking advancements, clinical trials, science, and best practices in colorectal cancer, survivorship, and more. We hope all participants leave with a shared sense of community and empowerment.