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How to Talk to Your Healthcare Team About Cancer-Related Fear

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A diagnosis of cancer like chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL) can bring emotional and psychological challenges for patients and care partners that should not be overlooked. Lymphoma Coalition, a global network of patient support organizations, including CLL Society, has developed a support resource to help individuals discuss with their healthcare team the emotions they are feeling as a result of their cancer diagnosis.

Download Cancer-Related Fear Questions to Ask Your Care Team

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