Peer-to-peer dialogue can be a highly valuable form of learning for people living with chronic lymphocytic leukemia or small lymphocytic lymphoma (CLL / SLL) when considering various treatment options. It reminds people that they are not alone in their journey. For individuals living with CLL / SLL and considering CAR-T (chimeric antigen receptor – T cell) therapy as a treatment option, CLL Society’s CAR-T Ambassador Program can connect you with a fellow CLL patient who has received CAR-T therapy.
During a 30-minute phone call or online video meeting, individuals will have the opportunity to ask questions and get honest input from a fellow patient who has been through it before.
CAR-T is a type of cellular therapy and an experimental treatment option for CLL. Rather than using drugs to treat CLL, CAR-T trains the patient’s own cells to attack their cancer. To learn more about CAR-T for CLL, read CLL Society’s introductory CAR-T brochure.
Connect with a CAR-T Ambassador Today
To request a meeting with a CAR-T ambassador, please complete the online request form. Individuals are asked to provide their name, contact information (email and phone number), and the time zone they are located in.
If you have specific questions or topics you would like to discuss, please provide this information on the request form. Doing so will help your ambassador better prepare for your meeting in advance.
Consultations are open to individuals residing outside the United States. All consultations will be conducted in English.
The CLL Society CAR-T Ambassador Program is made possible by generous support from: