2020 IWMF Educational Forum
Hyatt Regency Lake Washington – Renton, WA (near Seattle)
June 5-7, 2020
The IWMF's annual Educational Forum presents a unique opportunity for patients and caregivers to learn about our disease from world-renowned specialists in Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinemia (WM) who are involved in many areas of clinical practice and research. Held in a different part of the United States every year, the “Ed Forum” offers something for everyone, no matter what your experience or level of knowledge. Incidentally, the 2020 Forum will be the IWMF's 25th Forum!
Presentations aimed at the layperson address symptoms and complications of the disease, current treatment options, new therapies on the horizon, and recent sophisticated research findings that may someday lead to a cure. Breakout sessions permit in-depth exploration of specialized topics and opportunities for patients and caregivers to share their experiences in a safe and supportive environment.
The annual IWMF Educational Forum is your connection with an international audience for education, camaraderie, and support!
Plan now to join us for the 25th IWMF Ed Forum!
2020 Ed Forum Details and Registration Information
Situated close to the airport and downtown Seattle, and on the shore of Lake Washington (the second largest lake in the state of Washington), the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington places you in a serene lakefront location near shops, restaurants, and walking trails. Nearby you'll also find Bellevue, Mount Rainier National Park, and Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park. A 15-minute ride from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the hotel makes it easy for you to enjoy the best that Lake Washington and Seattle can offer.
Visit this web page in January 2020 to register for the 2020 Ed Forum in Renton (near Seattle) to read all the exciting meeting details. A registration form will also be included in the mailed January 2020 IWMF Torch magazine. Mark your calendar now for June 5-7, 2020, as you won’t want to miss 25th IWMF Ed Forum!