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Study Announcement: The Experiences of People with CLL

If you are over the age of 18 and have been diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), please consider contributing to this important study on the quality of life of people living with CLL.

CLL/SLL Patient Survey for Lymphoma Canada

If you have been treated with venetoclax + obinutuzumab (Gazya) or with acalabrutinib (Calquence), you can help a fellow CLL patients in Canada gain access to these therapies by completing a brief survey. You do not have to live in Canada to help.

Oregon State University

Rare Disease (RD) researchers at Oregon State University are planning a project that examines how individuals with blood cancers manage their cancer-related fatigue. This group has a strong record of communicating their findings to rare disease patients, the scientific community, and policymakers, including publishing in top psychology journals and presenting at international scientific and rare disease conferences.