Today on the CLL Society website, we share two interesting articles:
- An interview with Dr. John Gribben whom I interviewed at the CRC (CLL Research Consortium) Scientific Meeting in San Diego in April 2015. We discussed his approach to cellular immunity and T cell function in CLL. Please take a look here to see the interview.
- A patient-friendly summary of three new Immune Antibody clinical trials from MD Anderson Cancer Center. These investigator-initiated trials are exploring how activation of the immune system may lead to killing of CLL cells. You can read more about these interesting trials here.
This Fall has been incredibly busy so far, between traveling to Australia for the iwCLL meeting and an Australian patient support meeting, publishing our first issue of The CLL Tribune, and traveling to Brooklyn for the North American Educational Forum on Lymphoma hosted by the Lymphoma Research Foundation.
Now we’re preparing to go to the American Society of Hematology Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL and putting together the next issue of The CLL Tribune, due out after ASH. If you haven’t had a chance to peruse the first issue, you can access it here.
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SAVE THE DATE: If you live in the Los Angeles area, please consider attending a post-ASH patient education forum and CLL Society LA support group launch in conjunction with City of Hope scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015. A flyer with more details will be posted in the next week or 2.
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We are all this together
Volunteer Medical Director of the CLL Society