Welcome to the First 2019 Issue of The CLL Society Tribune
Spring Has Sprung
Welcome to spring. It’s a season full of hope and renewal and a reminder to all blood cancer patients and caregivers to nourish themselves in the warmth and gentle breezes of this wonderful time of year. As the sun shines and the bees buzz, it’s a reminder to get outside and be active. It’s good for our health. The spring fruits and vegetables lure us to a healthy diet, and the bright flowers that bloom let us know that we can flourish too—all in our own unique ways. Take the time to take care of yourself. You’ll feel better, you’ll look better, and you’ll do better too.
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By Brian Koffman, MD
Practice changing news! Please enjoy this important interview with Dr. Jennifer Woyach from ASH 2018: … Watch The Interview
By Richard Furman, MD
Dr. Richard Furman of Weill-Cornell Medical College answers readers’ questions submitted to the CLL Society…Read more
By Thomas E Henry III, MBA, RPh, CPh
Thomas E Henry III, MBA, RPh, CPh from Moffitt Cancer Center answers readers’ pharmacy questions submitted to the CLL Society…Read more
Susan J. Leclair from University of Massachusetts Dartmouth answers readers’ lab scientist questions submitted to the CLL Society…Read more
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