Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia

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Lisa Minkove of Issaquah, WA has not had an easy road when it comes to her health. Lisa has battled several cancers, including a diagnosis of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). From her diagnosis through treatment, Lisa shares her story and discusses how her experiences with cancer led her to start a support group to help others. Get email aler...
by:patientpower | 63 views
04:13
Ingrid Hellender shares her medical story and experience using Gelclair.
by:DARABioSciences | 175 views
08:49
Andrew and Esther Schorr—in the prime of their life and in the midst of raising young children—were shocked when Andrew was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL). Andrew and Esther explain how they coped with the news together and how connected with other patients—and specialists—to help Andrew receive the best care and support possible...
by:patientpower | 159 views
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There are those who stand together to make a difference in the fight against cancer — The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center’s community of donors. From across the world and all walks of life, these diverse supporters are united in their generosity toward the Moon Shots Program, the most ambitious assault on cancer ever undertaken by a s...
by:mdanderson | 154 views
04:06
Around the age of 5, Ruth Schorr, daughter of Patient Power founder Andrew Schorr, became aware that chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) was a presence in her family's life. Ruth shares the impact the disease had on her relationship with her father, her childhood and her overall outlook. She offers her advice for children and young adults to help pr...
by:patientpower | 146 views
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Diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) in 1999, Rich Siegel took the news hard. But following several months of initial shock, he found a way to put the disease in the background and move on with the goal of living life to the fullest. Rich shares his story and his advice for other people with CLL. Get email alerts | http://www.p......
by:patientpower | 96 views
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Where do MPNs come from? Do environmental factors influence whether you will get an MPN? Dr. Alison Moliterno from Johns Hopkins Medicine explains researchers' discoveries about chemical exposure and other environmental factors related to the incidence of MPNs. Get email alerts | http://www.p... Subscribe on YouTube &...
by:patientpower | 125 views
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Until recently, Pat Ford had only told close friends and family about his CLL diagnosis. Pat has been in "watch and wait" since 1996, and he initially felt like "an atomic bomb" went off in his brain. Over the years, he has adopted a new attitude about CLL, and he explains why he feels sharing his story could help newly diagnose...
by:patientpower | 111 views
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At the iwNHL 2014, Prof Susan O’Brien (MD Anderson Cancer Center, Texas, USA) and Prof Eva Kimby (Karolinska Institutet, Huddinge, Sweden) provide an overview of mantle cell lymphoma. Current treatment strategies are discussed. There is a focus on ibrutinib therapy for patients who relapse after first-line therapy and a comparison is made with its ...
by:EMJ | 136 views
02:29
Patients often wonder, could having one CLL treatment now prevent them from taking another option in the future? Leading CLL researchers, Dr. David Maloney and Dr. John Pagel, discuss what approaches could limit therapy choices down the road and stress the importance of a long-term planning conversation between doctor and patient. Get email aler...
by:patientpower | 522 views

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