Welcome to the Second Issue of The CLL Tribune
As we close out 2015, we recognize the tremendous progress made this year in the understanding of CLL, and the many scientific advances that have led to better treatment options. In this second issue of The CLL Tribune, we share information from our medical experts on intricacies of the disease and some new treatment opportunities, as well as informative articles from CLL patients.
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We hope you enjoy our final 2015 issue. Keep on the lookout for our next issue in March 2016!
As we look forward to 2016, the CLL Society remains committed to providing patients with valuable information, education and support. If you can support our mission with an end of the year tax-deductible donation, be assured it will be used to help more patients and caregivers and allow us to offer more services.
We wish you and your families a joyous holiday season and a healthy and Happy New Year. Stay strong. We are all in this together.
By Richard Furman, MD
Watch and Wait! I keep hearing that it has been shown that there is no benefit for early treatment. However…Read more
By Brian Koffman, MD and John Byrd, MD
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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.