CLL Guide

A chronic lymphocytic leukemia diagnosis can be overwhelming – from getting past the shock and disbelief, to learning an entirely new language full of medical terms and understanding what has yet to come. The guide below provides a framework for patients and their loved ones to understand the disease and how it is treated, as well as additional resources that offer support throughout the cancer journey.

CLL Guide
Getting Started
Getting Started
Equipping with knowledge to improve patient-physician communication and understanding the disease.
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Diagnosis
Diagnosis
A CLL diagnosis comes with new challenges, from understanding signs and symptoms and what the different stages mean.
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Survivor Planning
Survivor Planning
Understanding CLL as a chronic disease.
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Before Treatment
Before Treatment
Knowing treatment options and the possibilities of supportive care.
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During Treatment
During Treatment
Utilizing clinical trials and understanding potential side effects and complications.
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After Treatment
After Treatment
Finding follow-up care and emotional support.
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The Caregiver
The Caregiver
Serving as a caregiver for a loved one going through a CLL diagnosis and treatment while utilizing resources to take care of oneself.
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Important Resources
Important Resources
A list of helpful resources to assist people with CLL and their families cope with the emotional and practical aspects of the disease.
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Resource Portal
Resource Portal
A central repository of CURE content for patients and their loved ones to read and view the most up-to-date articles, video and more on CLL.
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