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... m so sorry to hear about your husbands diagnosis. I totally understand how you are feeling. ... (9 replies)
... can go many, many years with an elevated white blood count. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, you can do well with CLL for years. If he's older, he may never even be sick with it. They don't start treatment for CLL until there is reason to, so the fact that he can't take chemo, etc, directly for the leukemia is probably okay right now. ... (3 replies)

My Mom has CLL...
Jun 24, 2009
... My mama was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia about 8 years ago when she was 40 years old and I was in the 10th grade. She has not had to have any treatment except radiation on a lymph node on her neck one time. ... (8 replies)
... I have all my test results for the past 30 years. A few years ago my Dr. said I probably had a condition, but to be sure invovled nasty tests and even if it were confirmed, there wasn't anything you could do about it, so why bother. ... (4 replies)
... Carolyn, I am hoping you are checking this site from time to time. Wisangel gave very good advice! ... (5 replies)
My Mom has CLL...
Sep 19, 2009
... You made my day , I have CLL for almost a year, I am in stage 1, It was a shock to find out I have CLL and there is no chance of a cure. To hear someone is living with this and so many years is wonderful, I found out when I was 58. ... (8 replies)
... A close friend of mine has CLL and was diagnosed approx 7 years ago. He has been really frustrated about his diagnosis and feels like the only one with this disease. He is 53 years old and is scared that he won't live a long life with this prognosis. ... (3 replies)
Watch and Wait
Mar 21, 2004
... definitly go see another doctor. CLL, unlike acute leukemia, doesn't progress "rapidly" and often in the early stages treatment may not be required. People can live with it for 20 years without treatment apparently. ... (5 replies)
... This is a slow growing disease and many people have it and don't even know it, or their numbers are so close to the normal range that doctors don't consider it an option to see a hemotologist until the numbers reach a more serious range. ... (32 replies)
Apr 1, 2009
... I hope this comes out right. I'm a little confused about how to use this board. ... (15 replies)
... My mother also has CLL. She was diagnosed with it 3 years ago. ... (8 replies)
... I'm so Glad to hear how your treatments going so well. ... (13 replies)
... Hello to both Dbledutchs and chitrick. I can't speak for anyone else, but I tried to reply yesterday... ... (14 replies)
... I don't know much about that type of Leukemia as I have CLL which is Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. After the initial shock of the diagnosis, you'll be faced with more questions than answers and this is no time for self pity because it won't help. ... (6 replies)

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