Education Programs

The Lymphoma Research Foundation hosts several patient education conferences and programs in order to provide members of the lymphoma community with up-to-date information. LRF’s education workshops include the National Educational Forum, Regional Lymphoma Workshops, local Ask the Doctor Programs and Webinars.



Ask the Doctor is a national series of two-hour, topic-specific, community-based programs that combine a presentation by a medical doctor with an extensive question and answer session.

Click here for a full list of upcoming Ask the Doctor programs



Lymphoma Workshops are regional, one-day educational programs that provide the latest information about lymphoma, diagnosis current treatment options, and patient support issues.

Click here for a full list of upcoming Lymphoma Workshops



The North American Educational Forum on Lymphoma is an annual 2 ½ day program providing presentations from expert speaking faculty, disease and treatment specific information, information on clinical trials, the latest advances in lymphoma research, and networking opportunities for members of the lymphoma community. The Forum will be a virtual program in 2020.

More information about the Virtual 2020 North American Educational Forum here



LRF’s free webinars are hour-long interactive programs led by leading lymphoma experts who discuss lymphoma, treatment options, clinical trials and promising innovative research. Webinars can be listened to live on the telephone or via web streaming. Podcasts of the programs can also be accessed following the live program.

Click here for a full list of upcoming Webinars