in  Central and Eastern EuropE

Hope, challenges and opportunities.

21st- 23rd September 2018 tbc



New treatments are for the first time giving hope to Melanoma patients everywhere.

However, patients in Central and Eastern Europe continue to face particular challenges concerning the detection and treatment of Melanoma.

We as a network of European Melanoma patients consider it unacceptable that survival chances of Melanoma patients differ to such a degree within Europe. 

MPNCEE2018 will therefore address

  • what is considered the latest standard of care in Melanoma
  • what are the challenges specific to CEE
  • but also: what are the opportunities and good examples in the region that could make a real difference to all Melanoma patients.

So if you are a European Melanoma patient, carer or advocate concerned, care about the topic as much as we do, understand and speak English well enough to follow a conference and are willing to put in the effort, have a look at last year's program and block the date in your calendar!

Attendance of the MPNCEE 2018 conference

conference language is English

Who should apply?

Melanoma patients, carers and advocates, in particular from Central and Eastern Europe, but anyone with interest in the region.​

Please note that attendance is upon application only.

Not a Melanoma advocate but still interested to attend? Please contact us

What does it cost?

Accepted advocated will receive free registration and accommodation for 2 nights at the conference venue. Extra nights are at participants' own expenses.

​Travel needs to be arranged for by participants themselves but will be reimbursed up to a maximum amount of 300€ for economy/ 2nd class travel for people living outside Croatia and up to 200€ for those living in the country, only after full attendance of the conference. 

Please look for the best deals and keep the original receipts of your bookings. 

Don't want to travel alone? Use the MPNE facebook group to find fellow travellers!

Cannot afford to pay ticket upfront? Please contact us.

Last update 22nd February 2018 BR

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in healthcare is the most shocking and inhumane.” 

Martin Luther King, Jr.


Surviving Melanoma in Europe.  

Access to prevention, early detection and effective treatment for all.

Melanoma Patient Network Europe