Informational Videos

Informational Videos

Please see our instructional videos below for guidance and information on Leukaemia.

Significant breakthrough made into improving prognostic testing for patients diagnosed with CLL

Cardiff CLL Research Group make significant breakthrough into improving prognostic testing for patients diagnosed with CLL As a patient it is really encouraging to hear Prof Pepper's evident excitement and hope for CLL patients moving into the new world of improved testing and treatment of CLL.

Q&A 2 – Cambridge CLLSA meeting 2014. Latest treatments and clinical trials

Following on from their talks on clinical trials and the new treatment landscape; CLL consultant Dr George Follows and CLL Nurse specialist Gwyn Stafford of Cambridge University Hospitals discuss and answer questions from CLL patients & carers.

Q&A 1 – Cambridge CLLSA meeting 2014: CLL an overview

Following on from their talks on chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) and clinical care; CLL consultant Dr George Follows and CLL nurse specialist Gwyn Stafford of Cambridge University Hospitals discuss and answer questions from CLL patients and carers.

Panel discussion from the CLL Support Association UK Patient Meeting in Cambridge, 21st June, 2014

In this video from the CLLSA UK Patient Meeting in Cambridge, 21st June, 2014, Patient Advocate Andrew Schorr chairs a panel of UK patient advocates in a discussion of the important roles that advocacy can play in living with and raising awareness of less understood diseases such as CLL. From small 'a' to large 'A', the panel traces the impact of advocacy from the personal to the political and the local to the global.

Positive News & Developments When Treating Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia From The EHA

Professors Simon Rule, Peter Hillmen and John Gribben are leading UK clinical researchers with a special interest in CLL. In this brief news report from this year's EHA meeting in Milan they share insights into the promising future for CLL treatment as greater understanding of the biology of this complex disease brings with it an increasing range of potential therapies.