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2024 Summit offers more sessions, lower registration cost

04 April, 2024

The Nevada Cancer Control Summit is considered by many to be the premier cancer conference in Nevada featuring continuing education sessions, networking, exhibits, and awards. This year, the conference is in Reno, Nevada, and spans one-and-a-half days, Aug. 23-24, offering more sessions for attendees to learn about key topics in the field.

Despite a more robust conference agenda, registration costs for the Summit have been reduced to increase access for partners across the state. Early bird registration, through July 26, is just $75. After that, attendees can register for $95. Students are guaranteed a $20 registration rate.

Sessions featured during the Summit include:

  • Cancer-Related Cognitive Impairment featuring Dr. Arash Asher, Director of Cancer Survivorship & Rehabilitation at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai.
  • Innovate or Back to the Basics, a panel discussion on innovations and existing screening and early detection methods, interventions and systems with Dr. Chivonne Harrigal, Dr. Sam Nourani, and Dr. Andy Pasternak.
  • What’s Policy Got to Do With It?, featuring government relations expert Allison Genco. This session will highlight how professionals can get involved in policy change to improve healthcare and cancer control efforts.
  • How I Use AI featuring Dr. John Westhoff. This session will featuring ways the rapidly-evolving world of artificial intelligence can be harnessed by clinical providers to increase productivity and improve patient care.

There are many more sessions offered featuring local and national speakers.

Registration is online at

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