Know All About It! Register for Hypereosinophilic Syndrome Conference in March 2018

No one knows how difficult living with hypereosinophilic syndrome (HES) is unless you walk in the shoes of those who have it, treat it, or have a loved one who struggles with it. March 23, 2018, marks the day when others just like you will come together to connect and discuss the latest HES research and treatment developments. To learn more about HES, click here.

The American Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED) and KNOPP Biosciences is bringing together patients, families, caregivers, and research experts to discuss the current state of hypereosinophilic syndrome treatments and what might be in the pipeline for development.

Based in the Hilton Washington DC, this full-day event will be packed with panel discussions, Q&As, and breakout sessions designed to inspire and provide hope for everyone impacted by HES.

The conference has a number of interactive sessions designed to encourage and welcome feedback from attendees. Specific topics or workshops are:
  • Patient perspectives on current therapies
  • Patient perspectives on ideal treatments
  • Pediatric vs adult HES
  • Coping with chronic diseases
  • And more
Become a panelist

Do you want to be more involved in the programs? Conference sponsors are seeking patients who want to be part of the sessions that feature panel discussions. If selected, you will launch the moderated session by sharing your patient perspective in an initial panel discussion. Applications are being accepted through January 19 and can be found here.  Sessions, Q&As, and patient discussions will also be available virtually through a webcast, click here to register.

Get travel assistance

Are you interested in attending the conference but need some financial assistance to travel? Knopp Biosciences is offering 10 grants to help cover up to $500 in travel expenses. The grants are based on eligibility requirements and limitations do apply. For more information on travel grants, click here.

Don’t miss this great learning and networking opportunity! For additional information and ticket prices, click here.


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