Welcome to the Second 2019 Issue of The CLL Society Tribune
There is Beauty All Around Us
The CLL Society is dedicated to providing a wealth of information and resources as we (patients or caregivers) battle chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). This important information is often related to the technical aspects of our disease, the latest research in search of a cure, and how others are experiencing their CLL patient or caregiver role. With all this valuable information, however, it can become overwhelming and we can become too focused on the disease and forget the beauty that is not only all around us, but within us as well. It’s often said that healing comes through the balance of mind, body, and spirit. With that perspective, we begin a new feature within our “Living Well with CLL” section of the CLL Tribune. We hope to feature in each issue at least one artistic expression created by a CLL patient or caregiver. We trust that these creative pieces will enrich you as you continue in your CLL journey.
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The topic for our Q3 CLL Society Tribune Ask & Tell Survey will focus on Before End of Life and Palliative Care … Read more!
CLL Tribune is accepting all forms of storytelling, including articles, poems, drawings, or other creative mediums. Contribute today! Email email@example.com with your interest!
The CBC or complete blood count is a collection of tests that, over time, has tried to answer what is going on in the bloodstream and what that means to the individual. Some of these tests might look as if they overlap but each has its unqiue meaning, advantage, and disadvantage … Read more
ASH 2018: Dr. Tait Shanafelt on the ECOG-ACRIN Cancer Research Group trial comparing FCR and Ibrutinib/Rituximab in Treatment Naïve CLL of younger patients.
By Brian Koffman, MD
This is huge. This is game changing. This was one of the six late-breaking abstracts from ASH (American Society of Hematology) 2018 Annual Meeting and Congress that were selected because they reflect the most important, latest research in hematology and change how we manage heme malignancies … 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 Roswell Park Comprehensive 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
Dr Ratner from xxx answers readers’ hospice/palliative care questions submitted to the CLL Society…Read more
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The CLL Society does not provide medical advice or endorsements. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all content in the CLL Tribune is the opinion or information of its author, not the CLL Society. This newsletter is for reference and educational purposes only and is not a substitute for medical advice. We do not guarantee the accuracy of any of the materials. Always contact your own doctor or other professional healthcare provider if you have any questions concerning your or your family’s health. Everyone’s circumstances are different.