CLLSA is committed to protecting your privacy. The policies below explains how we will handle the personal information you provide to us and what we learn about you from your visit to our web site and how we expect visitors to act when using the site. These policies can be found at the bottom of all pages on the site.
CLLSA is a patient led UK charity; our mission is to support and empower UK Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia (CLL) patients, their families and their carers through education and access to reliable, relevant and current information.
Membership of the CLLSA is open to all but we focus our support to cater for the needs of UK CLL patients and carers.
About the CLLSA
The Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Support Association (CLLSA) was formed in 2004 when a group of CLL patients and their carers decided that more could be done to support CLL treatment and research and to help patients by establishing a UK support group. Subsequently, the CLLSA was established as an official charity in August 2005.
Since its inception the association has relied heavily on its trustees and medical advisers and they all have made their own unique contribution to the development and growth of the association.
Do you have to inform DVLA if you have CLL ?
Notwithstanding any medical impediment, every driver has a legal duty of care not to drive if unfit. Alcohol and fatigue, just 2 examples.
It is not a requirement to inform the DVLA that you have CLL.
There may be certain provisos if you drive a certain category of vehicle like a bus, lorry, public service vehicle etc and/or you have any of the accompanying impairments listed on the official Gov website.