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Q: Do I have to wear a mask at the conference?
A: In solidarity for our immunocompromised patients and their caregivers, LLS requests that all attendees wear a mask indoors, except while eating or drinking.
Q: Where can I learn more about COVID information and resources for blood cancer patients?
A: Latest Information and Resources from LLS on COVID-19 (https://www.lls.org/covid-19-resources)
Q: I am not comfortable attending an in-person event. Are there other options available for education?
A: Patients who are not comfortable attending in-person can find virtual education opportunities at www.lls.org/programs.
Respect & Protect Blood Cancer Patients Statement
LLS has worked tirelessly to help blood cancer patients and survivors make informed choices to protect themselves from the profound effects of COVID-19 on their cancer care and daily lives. As the country moves toward “business as usual,” LLS encourages everyone to respect and protect each other. RESPECT and support anyone’s decision to continue to wear a mask and social distance. You never know if the person next to you is taking extra precautions to protect themselves or their loved ones. PROTECT blood cancer patients and others who are immunocompromised. We can do this by encouraging these individuals (and everyone around them) to get vaccinated and speak to their doctor about additional precautions they should take.
Q: Will this be a virtual event as well as an in-person event?
A: No. This will be an in-person event only.
Q: Can a healthcare professional receive CE credit for attending this virtual conference?
A: No. CEUs are not offered with this conference.
Q: Will translation services be available for non-English speaking attendees?
A: At this time, this service isn’t being provided.
Q: I have a question for LLS, but it isn’t related to the conference. What number should I contact?
A: Please contact our Information Resource Center at (800) 955-4572, Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ET or email us here.
Q: Where can I find the agenda?
A: The full agenda can be accessed by clicking the agenda tab.
Q: How do I know if I am registered for the conference?
A: You should have received a confirmation email upon completion of your registration. If you did not, please contact Randi Willmann or Liz Spillane at BCCregistration@LLS.org to request a confirmation.
Q: I registered for the conference, but haven’t received a confirmation email. Why not?
A: Please contact Randi Willmann or Liz Spillane at BCCregistration@LLS.org if you registered but haven’t received a confirmation email.
Q: I registered for a specific session, but would like to change my selection. Can I change sessions? How do I change?
A: Yes, attendees are welcome to attend a different session. It's very easy to modify your registration but, if that won't be possible, we still encourage you to attend your preferred session.
Q: If there is more than one family member attending the conference with me, do I need to register them as well, or can we all be on one registration?
A: We need everyone to individually register for the conference.
Q: Will the sessions be recorded?
A: No, the sessions will not be recorded.
Q: Will the presenter’s slides be available after the conference? If so, how do I access these?
A: If the presenter agrees to share his/her presentations, they will be made available on the lls website. After the conference, LLS will send an email to attendees notifying them when presentations are available. Please note: it does take several days for this process. We appreciate your patience and will make sure you receive the handouts!