Exhibit at CancerCon® 2020

CancerCon® is the annual gathering for those affected by adolescent and young adult cancer. Each year, CancerCon® brings together hundreds of patients, survivors, caregivers, advocates, and health professionals to build community and connect adolescents and young adults to critical resources.

Exhibitors not only support the conference itself and add to the attendee experience, but they also benefit from the exposure of being at the largest, most visible, and influential event of its kind. With dozens of activation options and lots of opportunities to directly engage with your audience, exhibiting at CancerCon is good for your business.
Learn more about supporting CancerCon as a Sponsor

If your organization provides any of the following, this conference is for you:

  • Non-profit advocacy services or support programs
  • Disease-specific programs for AYA patients and survivors
  • Quality-of-life or self-confidence restoration solutions
  • Clinical research study programs available for patient enrollment
  • Genetic risk assessment, mutation testing, or counseling support services
  • Genomic or molecular-based diagnostic or prognostic testing services
  • Specialty pharmacy services
  • Medical food or nutritional products
  • Other products or services targeting the AYA community
Direct benefits of exhibiting:
  • Direct access to an audience of 500+ Millennial and Gen Z consumers and key influence leaders in the young adult cancer community.
  • Dedicated exhibit time throughout the conference with multiple traffic boosting events hosted in the Exhibit Hall.
  • Company listing on the CancerCon website, program, and conference app.
All exhibitors will receive a skirted 6' tabletop with a standard ID sign, two chairs and a waste bin, the option to contribute one non-paper item to the attendee tote, and one full conference registration which includes 4 full meals and 3 receptions with light refreshments. Electricity for your booth is available for purchase (full details included in the exhibitor kit, to be sent after registration).
Exhibitors have the option to purchase two "exhibit-only" staff passes for $100 each. Exhibit Staff Passes include access to receptions with refreshments that are located in the exhibit hall but do not include access to breakout sessions, social activities, or meals held in the ballroom.


Exhibit Type

    Early Bird Rate   

(Ends 1/31/20)

        Standard Rate 


Corporate Exhibitor           



Clinic/Hospital Exhibitor



Non-Profit Exhibitor



Non-Profit Sponsor



Early Bird rates close on January 31st, 2020. Don't wait to register!!

What is a Clinic Partner?

Our clinic partners are hospitals and cancer centers that support the conference by building awareness and driving engagement from the local community.

In addition to the standard exhibit package, Clinic Partners receive on-site signage and verbal recognition during welcome remarks, with options to further showcase the important work and resources you offer.

Note: Hospitals and cancer centers are considered Clinic Partners. Only 501(c)3 organizations qualify for non-profit rates.

What is a Non-Profit Sponsor?

Non-Profit Partners are organizations that would like to contribute to CancerCon at a sponsor level for increased visibility and deeper impact for our attendees.
In addition to the standard exhibit package, Non-Profit Sponsors receive logo mention in event program, on-site signage, verbal recognition during welcome remarks, and an additional full conference registration.
Thursday, April 16: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Friday, April 17: 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Exhibit Hall Hours
Friday, April 17 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM: Exhibit Hall Open
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM: Reception with Exhibitors
Saturday, April 18
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM: Breakfast with Exhibitors
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM: Dessert with Exhibitors
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Reception with Exhibitors
Tear Down
Saturday, April 18: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Past Exhibitors Include

Adaptive Biotechnologies

American Cancer Society

Angel Flight West

ASCP Patient Champions


Be The Match

Because Love

Bee You Wigs

BMT InfoNet

Bristol-Meyers Squibb

Cancer Hope Network

Cancer Warrior Alliance


Circle Surrogacy

Daniel's Care Van

Dear Jack Foundation

Dhremo Therapy IV Decals

Dream Street Foundation

Elephants and Tea

Epic Experience

First Descents

GRYT Health

HealthSmart: A research study for AYA survivors

Hope Scarves


Imerman Angels One-on-One Cancer Support

J.L Barker

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

LW Designs LLC

Melanoma Research Foundation

Novartis Oncology

Presbyterian/St. Luke’s & Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children


Rare Patient Voice

Servier Pharmaceuticals

Soul Source Therapeutic Devices

Stanford Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Program

Still Waters Cancer Retreat

Stupid Cancer

The Lymphoma Research Foundation

True North Treks

Ulman Foundation

UNC-CH, Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center


Young Survival Coalition