Welcome

Welcome to the club that no one wanted to join. A diagnosis of CLL can be overwhelming. It can be made even more difficult by the need to understand multiple new concepts and to master new medical terminology. Rather than feeling overwhelmed, we recommend that you move slowly and bite off small pieces of the information that you will need to help you. One good thing in CLL is that you will almost always have time to become more expert!

Let’s get you started in the right direction. 

3 Steps to Better Decision Making

Don't panic. Get your bearings.

Develop your secret strength. Build your care team.

  • Take a deeper dive into building your care team! 

Don't go it alone.

Don’t spend another month alone! CLL Society’s approximately 40 support groups nationwide meet virtually once a month. In isolation, we are having conversations with and sharing our CLL worries with only ONE person: ourselves. Experience something better. Outsource your worry and feel the warmth and support of our community. Watch Terry’s video. Don’t let another month go by. Join a CLL-specific support group today.

ADDITIONAL READING

In this interview, our own Dr. Brian Koffman spoke with Dr. Joshua Hill, an infectious disease specialist at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, WA, about monkeypox and the current outbreak. Dr. Hill specializes in the infectious disease care of cancer and other immunocompromised patients.

3 Steps to Better Decision Making

Don’t panic. Get your bearings.

Develop your secret strength. Build your care team.

  • Take a deeper dive into building your care team! 

Don’t go it alone.

Don’t spend another month alone! CLL Society’s approximately 40 support groups nationwide meet virtually once a month. In isolation, we are having conversations with and sharing our CLL worries with only ONE person: ourselves. Experience something better. Outsource your worry and feel the warmth and support of our community. Watch Terry’s video. Don’t let another month go by. Join a CLL-specific support group today.

ADDITIONAL READING

Interview with 20-Year CLL SurvivorTerry EvansCLL 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