Understanding New Options for CLL: Accessing the Best Care for You or a Loved One

February 18, 2017


An audience of CLL patients and their caregivers joined us at a recent town meeting at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to hear about emerging and current therapies in CLL, effective tools for treatment planning and monitoring, and support resources.

We are also planning events in other cities. If you haven’t already, please sign up for email updates, so we can alert you when important and inspiring videos become available and when upcoming town meetings are scheduled. 

 

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Hosts & Guests
Hosts

Host, Patient Power Co-Founder, Two-Time Cancer Survivor and Patient Advocate


Guests

Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine

Columbia University Medical Center


Associate Professor, Integrative Medicine Program


Patient Advocate


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How Can Integrative Medicine Help With Fatigue?

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Understanding New Options for CLL: Session Two Replay

Watch the replay of session two of our “Understanding New Options for CLL” town meeting, featuring leading experts, Dr. Michael Keating and Dr. Nicole Lamanna.

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Understanding New Options for CLL: Session One Replay

Watch the replay of session one of our “Understanding New Options for CLL” town meeting, featuring leading experts, Dr. Michael Keating and Dr. Nicole Lamanna.

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This town meeting was provided by CLL Global Research Foundation, which received support from AbbVie Inc., Genentech Inc., Gilead Sciences, Pharmacyclics, Inc., Teva Pharmaceuticals and TG Therapeutics. It was produced by Patient Power in partnership with The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.



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