Interview with 20-Year CLL Survivor
CLL Society’s Director of Support Groups
Meet Terry Evans
In isolation, we are having conversations with and sharing our worries about our CLL with only ONE person: ourselves. This is too big a burden to place on ourselves alone.
In this interview, CLL Society’s Director of Support Groups, a 20-year CLL survivor, Terry Evans, warmly invites you to experience something better.
Did you know that CLL treatments are getting better? Did you know that CLL patients are living longer than ever? Did you know that there are currently over 1,500 CLL patients and caregivers meeting monthly (via Zoom), experiencing camaraderie with other CLL patients and caregivers, sharing their CLL questions and finding great help in 35 CLL Society CLL-specific Support Groups across the US?
Having CLL is the norm here and we all want to be well. We want to help you front-load your knowledge, put together a great healthcare team, and learn to discern what is meant by “best possible care” because we don’t want you to get the wrong treatment!
So, stop being alone.
Out-source your worry and feel the support of our community.
Watch Terry’s video.
Take better care of yourself.
Join a CLL-specific Support Group.
1,800 CLL patients and caregivers are talking every month and they are waiting for you!