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Managing Symptoms

Most people with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) at the time of diagnosis have no obvious symptoms and are often diagnosed based on the results of a routine blood test.

CLL Symptoms

CLL Symptoms In science and medicine, information is constantly changing and may become out-of-date as new data emerge. All articles and interviews are informational only, should never be considered medical advice,

Managing My CLL – Staying One Step Ahead

For many of us with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), the condition is always trying to come back. That has been my experience since being diagnosed in 2002. By 2012, following FCR in 2008, my CLL relapsed and converted to the more aggressive 17p- from 13q-. Perhaps the 17p- clone was underlying.


Targeted oral treatment options for CLL and SLL are medications taken by mouth that identify and attack specific cancer cells.


A variety of tests are used to capture images inside the body when chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and small
lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL) are present. Imaging tests are used to look inside the body to capture pictures that will help the healthcare team visualize what, if any, internal changes might be occurring.


A clinical trial for those living with CLL and SLL is a carefully controlled research study to improve the overall care and treatment.


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