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When to treat CLL?
Apr 18, 2005
... I have always had low platelets and doctors didn't say a word until I was diagnoses with CLL Leukemia then they use it as an excuse to put me in stage 4 so they can justify giving me Fludarbine. ... (0 replies)
Cll
Jul 14, 2004
... my cousin was diagnosed with cll 6 yrs ago..he has already had his spleen removed but the dr says he is still in between stage 0 and 1... ... (0 replies)
... Hi My husband was diagnosed with AML in 2007 and it felt like the rug had been ripped from under my feet. He had lots and lots of chemo and a bone marrow transplant from a donor (his sister)- he is doing great now! I know our husbands diseases are not at all alike, but the only advise I can give you is as follows: 1) He is proberly just as scared as you so remember YOU... (1 replies)

... my brother in law has had CLL for about 9 years. Up until last year at this time he was just getting some maintenance treatments with antibodies to keep his immune system up. Then... ... (2 replies)
Cll - Questions
Aug 14, 2006
... Hello, My brother in law was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocidic (spelling may be incorrect) Leukemia about 6 years ago (give or take a few months). He has been in remission for quite some time now. He had treatments for a while (not heavy duty chemo but something that helped, as he wasn't responding to the chemo cocktails)along with a boost once a moth (IVGG). Over the... (3 replies)
... My husband was diagnosed with CLL in 2005. ... (2 replies)
CLL
Mar 12, 2004
... Did your husband have enlarged spleen or liver when he underwent chemo the 1st time? ... (19 replies)
... Hi...hope someone that reads these messages can help. I have a friend in the UK and her son is 14. He has chronic lymphocytic leukemia. He has been having chemo. Im not sure what stage he is at, but I just found out he has been given a year to live. I have heard of stem cell transplantations, and I was wondering if there is anyone out there that can email me with... (0 replies)
Worried and Upset!
Oct 16, 2005
... Hi - I just need to vent - my mom was diagnosed 8 years ago with CLL (Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia) she's been on and off chemo the past 7 years, and it's basically been kept in check - in the past month, though, she's been getting worse - her red cells have decreased so she's had 3 blood transfusions - her whites are way too high, and last Wednesday they did a bone marrow... (0 replies)
... WHO SAID CLL IS INCURABLE? ... (4 replies)
... ill tell more about prognosis. In the flow cytometry test, there is a marker called CD38. If it is negative, that also bodes well for your father's prognosis. CLL is NOT one disease for everyone. It is not "one size fits all. ... (6 replies)
... I did have one of my doctors tell me that CLL can turn serious quickly and i suppose that is why my Hemotologist keeps a constant eye on my blood work. ... (32 replies)
Campath
Apr 1, 2009
... My friend was diagnosed with CLL in her fifties. I think she was able to go for about five years, maybe as long as seven, without treatment. She had chemo a few years ago and that helped for about a year and a half. Campath is her second treatment. Did your husband have other treatment before Campath? ... (15 replies)
... Luckman Question Did your white blood cell count differential show abnormalities when your blood was taken? Just wondered. I Had a urinary tract infection & my blood wbc count was 19,000 and even after the infection went away well my doctor is very particular & just wants to make sure sending me to a hemotologist to just get everything checked out . I Get blood taken every 3... (13 replies)
... lly know if they can tell how long she's had the disease but they can determine to what degree it has progressed. This is called "Staging" and they are 0 thru 5. CLL affects people differently and often times it progresses so slowly that a patient has no need for treatment for many, many years. ... (11 replies)
... Sure doesn't sound like Leukemia to me? At least not the type I have. Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) is a blood cancer that affects your Lymphnodes and will show up first as a high White Blood Count (WBC). I felt nothing except for a little tiredness that I wrote off as working too much. A routine blood test back in January showed a WBC of 30.6 (3.8-10.8 is the normal... (13 replies)
... I fear that this is one of the manifestations of this illness. My mother was diagnosed with CLL 2005. In 2006 she began the itching.We have been to at least 5 dermatologist who gave rx for many topical applications which did not help. ... (1 replies)
Childhood ALL?
Jul 26, 2004
... Pneumonia is a common one and it can often do them in. A very serious complication with an ALL child on chemo is something called febrile neutropenia. ... (2 replies)
... s now 77. He has never been treated. When he was treated by radiation for prostate cancer, his platelets dropped but rebounded after a few months. He finished chemo for bladder cancer, and his numbers really fell. A bone marrow biopsy showed lots of CLL and now we are starting chemo on Monday. ... (11 replies)
... just wondering. Whats it like to have Chemo treatments hopefully I Won't have to but just wondering you hear soo many stories? ... (13 replies)




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