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Donations enable us to put on our conferences. Here are some of the stories we helped people to tell

2017 CLLSA Liverpool Moira patient

Moira gave an interesting talk about her experience of treatment after being diagnosed with CLL in 2012. A positive story of being treated as part of the Flair trial. She was part of a supportive team who helped her to navigate treatment. After some ups and downs she is back on W&W with regular blood tests.

2017 CLLSA Liverpool John Patient

John was diagnosed with CLL in 2014 and is currently on W&W. He is also a trustee of CLLSA. He presnets a story that many will recognise.

Patient Story Rupert Beazley

In this conference presentation Rupert offers his experience of CLL treatment. Rupert is a patient speaker and Trustee of CLL Support and presents an interesting Q&A session at the end of this video.

Part 1 – Ask the CLL doctor video series – Dr Claire Dearden

In the brief video, Dr Claire Dearden Head of the Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL) Unit at The Royal Marsden and The Institute of Cancer Research, answers questions about a range of CLL topics.