Patient Stories

A Patient Panel Shares Ways to Maintain Health After CLL Diagnosis

What strategies can CLL patients implement to help maintain general health? Watch as CLL patients share their paths to a healthier lifestyle after diagnosis.

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Take Control of Your CLL

Where can patients and care partners learn about ways to take back control? Watch as Jeff Folloder offers ways to live well with cancer and the value of support groups.

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Dealing With Cancer Fatigue With Michele Nadeem-Baker: CLL Patient Advocate

What causes severe fatigue in cancer patients, and what can you do about unrelenting exhaustion? Tune in as Michele Nadeem-Baker shares triggers and tips on fatigue.

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Choosing to Stay Together Despite a Chronic Condition: Sandra and Casey’s Cancer Love Story

Meet MPN survivor Sandra Dillon, as she shares her experience participating in a clinical trial and successful response with fedratinib. Watch now to hear her story.

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Patient Perspective: Ways to Stay Proactive During CLL Watch and Wait

CLL patient Cathy Hamilton shares ways others can become empowered and stay proactive during watch and wait. Listen as she explains her lifestyle changes after diagnosis, getting educated and more.

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What Strategies Can Patients Use to Help Treat Skin Irritations From Ibrutinib (Imbruvica)?

Patient reporter Michele Nadeem-Baker covers the top three skin side effects that may occur with ibrutinib treatment and simple yet effective at-home remedies to help provide skin relief.

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CLL Patient Cafe: Managing Side Effects and Symptoms

Back pain, fatigue, night sweats, sinus infections. How do CLL patients deal with unpleasant and uncomfortable symptoms? Tune in as CLL patients discuss managing symptoms and side effects.

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How Can Humor Help When Living With a Serious Illness?

How can having a laugh help patients cope? Watch now as Summer Golden and Jeff Bushnell share their story as a couple.

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Moving Past a Mid-Life CLL Diagnosis: Advice From Survivors

How can people who are facing a CLL diagnosis between their 30s and 50s find normalcy and enjoy life? Watch as a panel of CLL patients share lessons they’ve learned along the way.

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