CLL-Specific Patient Support Groups

CLL-Specific Patient Support Groups

Almost 3,000 CLL patients and caregivers are currently registered to meet monthly in our approximately 40 CLL-specific support groups across the United States and Canada under the care and guidance of CLL Society-trained facilitators who uphold standards of inclusiveness and privacy.  

CLL Society’s CLL-specific support groups are a place of camaraderie and strategy sharing among CLL patients and caregivers as well as a hub of learning and swift conduits for CLL breaking news and cutting-edge research-supported treatment information. Sign up today! 

Don't spend another month alone!

CLL Society’s support groups meet virtually once a month. Watch the video below where Patty Koffman chats with 20-year CLL survivor and director of CLL Society’s support groups, Terry Evans, who warmly invites you to sign on virtually and make new friends. 

Action Items for CLL Support Groups

When building your care team, make joining a support group a priority.

There are continual changes, updates, and information that can dramatically affect your health, treatment, and finances. 

We provide 3 ways to join.

Below, you’ll find 3 ways you can locate, register, and attend a CLL patient support group near you.

When building your care team, make joining a support group a priority.

There are continual changes, updates, and information that can dramatically affect your health, treatment, and finances.

We provide 3 ways to join.

Below, you’ll find 3 ways you can locate, register, and attend a CLL patient support group close to you.

ADDITIONAL READING

Over the course of a year of monthly meetings, The CLL Bloodline will teach the BASICS needed to understand CLL, bring news, help with the acronym and new vocabulary, and offer simple fun quizzes. MONTHLY QUIZ:  CLL (chronic lymphocytic leukemia) and SLL (small lymphocytic lymphoma) Are entirely different unrelated
Over the course of a year of monthly meetings, The CLL Bloodline will teach the BASICS needed to understand CLL, bring news, help with the acronym and new vocabulary, and offer simple fun quizzes. MONTHLY QUIZ:  The spleen is important in CLL. All the following are true EXCEPT: The
MONTHLY QUIZ: The cancerous B lymphocytes that cause our CLL can proliferate in all the following areas of the body except: The lymph nodes The bloodstream The bone marrow The spleen ANSWER: The correct answer is # 2.  CLL is a cancer of the B cells.  It is both
MONTHLY QUIZ: Concerning the reason we got CLL: CLL can be familial, but that is rare. CLL incidence is increased in those exposed to Agent Orange in Vietnam and elsewhere. CLL incidence is increased in those exposed to radiation from Chernobyl. CLL is linked to benzene exposure. All of