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  • Fifty years ago, children with an aggressive form of leukemia went from diagnosis to death in a few months, as the disease rampaged through their lymph nodes, spleens, livers, and nervous systems. Today, 90 percent of children with the blood malignancy, called acute lymphoblastic leukemia, are cured. That success story is even more phenomenal than it sounds.
  • Registration for the 43rd APHON Annual Conference and Exhibit is now open. Join us in San Jose, Sept. 5-7 for the premier educational experience for nurses specializing in pediatric hematology/oncology. By attending, participants can earn 25+ CNE contact hours focused on their interests and level of experience. Attendees who register now through July 12 will save $150. Register early to save the most! Register Now Pay It Forward One thing we know for sure: our members love to give back to their friends and colleagues in the community. This certainly showed when our 100 members in 100 days promotion sold out in just 20 days last year, thanks to referrals from our members! New this year is an opportunity to Pay it Forward: everyone who registers before the July 12 deadline will be entered into a drawing. 5 winners, who will be randomly drawn, will get to send a colleague of their choice to the 2020 conference and share the wealth of education and networking opportunities attendees get to experience. Enter into the drawing!
  • The election portal has been reopened! APHON is incorporated in the state of Tennessee, which requires 10% of eligible members participate in the association election process. We've done the math, and in order to meet this requirement we need you along with 20 of your fellow members to click on the voting link within this e-mail and vote. Members have now through Friday, June 21 to cast their votes!

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