CLL, a cancer that affects white blood cells called lymphocytes, often starts with mild symptoms that slowly progress over time. Here are the signs.
Why it's important to learn all you can about chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), and the next steps in your treatment journey.
The goal is to cut symptoms and prevent complications. Talk to your doctor about targeted therapies to help control your cancer.
Ask your doctor these questions to learn more about your chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) diagnosis and see which CLL treatments may be best for you.
From surprise to sadness, there are a range of emotions that come with a CLL diagnosis. Protect your mental health with stress-reducing activities.
If you have a loved one with CLL, you’ll want to know how best to help them. Here’s what you should know about treatments, support, and more.
After diagnosis, your doctor may opt to monitor rather than treat your CLL. So what does active surveillance entail?
Slow-growing chronic lymphocytic leukemia may not need treatment right away. Learn what to expect from a CLL watchful waiting approach.
With CLL, it generally takes a long time for people to notice any signs of the cancer. Is it OK to delay treatment after diagnosis?
Which symptoms offer clues that your chronic lymphocytic leukemia has progressed or returned?
The symptoms as well as treatments of CLL can be tough on your body. Here’s what you need to know.
Thanks to breakthroughs in treating chronic lymphocytic leukemia, options go beyond chemotherapy and include targeted therapies and monoclonal antibodies.
Certain supplements and diets are touted to treat CLL, but they often don’t work, and can hurt you. Here’s what to try to help you, instead.
What should you expect from CLL treatment? Learn more about recurrence, next steps if treatment no longer works, the risk of second cancers, and more.