Nursing Care & Support

2015 review - A very good overview article most content is current today. Since the writing of this article advances in CLL understanding and research have resulted in advances in treatment and care. There are several new treatments involving next generation monoclonal antibody therapies and non chemo - BCR indibitors now availble for relapsed refractory, high risk and less fit patients. 


Liz Bishop, Nurse Consultant (Haemato-oncology), Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Hairy Cell Leukaemia

Hairy Cell Leukaemia

Hairy Cell Leukaemia is one of the rarer variants of CLL. We are privileged to have a new article for anyone diagnosed with Hairy Cell Leukaemia especially written by Professor Daniel Catovsky for the CLLSA. Our grateful thanks to Professor Catovsky, and to Lipmed AG who suggested and sponsored the following article.

London members meeting

The 2015 London members nmeeting will be held this year at The Grand Hall, St Bartholomew's Hospital and keynote talks will be provided by Bart's CLL clinical experts  and members sharing CLL experiences.

There is no cost to attend and a complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided.

A great opportunity to meet others in the London area living with CLL and learn about living with CLL together, latest developments and resources available to you.