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June 28, 2018

By Debbie Minden – Patient When I was diagnosed with CLL in 2004, a 52-year-old woman, I was told by several doctors that I had a “good cancer.” I think they meant that CLL moves slowly, and that I would probably die of something else first. Fourteen years later,
By Valerie Vickers – Patient Life in Limbo Lethargy finds expression in a yawn No words or symbols–this heaviness swallows all that is colorful The world in light and dark before diagnosis and after No treatment for dormancy The shadow spirals outward in gray arcs leaves flashes of awareness
By Bruce Wright – Patient, Patient Advisor, Patient Educator Chapter One My name is Bruce Wright and I am a Patient Advisor as well as Patient Educator for the CLL Society. I have been asked to contribute an article to the CLL Tribune and I am happy to oblige.
This content was current as of the date it was released. In science and medicine, information is constantly changing and may become out-of-date as new data emerge. This content was originally written in 2018 also partially updated in 2022. I am on a trial of Imbruvica and Venetoclax and