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My CLL is Not Gone; Close, but Not Gone

My CLL wasn’t detectable in my bloodstream after about six months in my epcoritamab trial, it almost certainly was still hiding below the level of detection.


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.


Staging in cancer is a process used to determine the extent to which cancer has spread in the body, predict its progression, and guide treatment decisions.

Financial Resources for Cancer Care

Many individuals diagnosed with CLL and SLL face a variety of stressors after being diagnosed, one of which is often the financial strain.

CAR-T Therapy

Chimeric Antigen Receptor T-cell (CAR-T) therapy is a potent cellular immune treatment that genetically trains an individual’s immune system (specifically, the T-cells, a type of white blood cell) to both recognize and attack cancerous cells.

Recognizing When it is Time to Treat

Most people who have been diagnosed with CLL or SLL have no symptoms initially and are usually advised that no treatment is necessary upon diagnosis

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