The 4th annual Early Age Onset CRC Summit is happening in NYC at the end of April: http://www.coloncancerchallenge.org/about/eao-crc/
This looks to be a very interesting summit. My surgeon is attending as well as a man in my church who works in the field of CRC screening. I unfortunately will not be able to attend as I'll be in Bermuda that week for a much-needed vacation.
However, the session on additional possible causes of MSS young onset colorectal cancer looks especially interesting as it applies to my situation. Anyway, if you are in the NYC area, I recommend looking into this summit! It's put on by the Colon Cancer Challenge and is taking place on April 27-28.
36 year-old female
May 2017: Dx rectal cancer at T3N2M0
MSS, no genetic mutations
June-July 2017: 28 days of chemo/radiation
September 2017: laparoscopic LAR surgery with loop ileostomy
October 2017 - February 2018: six rounds of mop-up XELOX
March 12, 2018: reversal
April 16, 2018: CEA 2.1, all blood counts within normal ranges
May 2018: CT scan showed liver spot, MRI inconclusive
August 2018: PET abnormal, liver enzymes normal, CEA 2.4