Thursday, December 24, 2015

CLL Society Newsletter with Dr. Byrd on ACP-196 and Dr. Furman answering chronic lymphocytic leukemia questions and much more

The CLL Society’s 2nd newsletter is out at http://www.cllsociety.org/newsletter/.
There is a fresh interview with Dr. Byrd on his exciting ACP-196 data, Dr. Furman answers your questions, Dr. Sharman discussed antibodies, especially Gazyza, I review the basic anatomy of a lymph node in CLL, Terry Evans interviews Sheila Hoff, RN about being a clinical trial nurse, and most importantly fellow CLL patients write about compassion and nutrition and dealing with cancer and a transplant and much more.
Please take a look and let us know if you have any questions or even better if you want to write for us. Any feedback is welcome. 
We did 14 sets of interviews of live interviews with experts on CLL from ASH 2015 so please consider signing up for the alerts ( http://cllsociety.org/newsletter-sign-up/ ) so that you don’t miss any upcoming posting, but as always, all our content does not require your sign in. If you do sign up, we won’t share your data with anyone.
Stay strong.
We are all in this together.
Brian

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December 25, 2015 at 11:24 AM  
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