Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia: "an overview" & "New treatment options". Dr George Follows - CLLSA meeting June 2014

 Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia: "an overview" &  "New treatment options". Dr George Follows - CLLSA meeting June 2014

Educational CLL information from the CLL Support Association Cambridge meeting 2014

Part 1- Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia; an overview In this talk Dr Follows of Cambridge University hospitals explains for patients/carers much about CLL and where we are today in the UK.

watch talk with slides here: sayansho.com/embed/iframe_c...

You can also watch the video of the Q&a following the talk with questions on:Care for CLL patients in the UK health system and the multidisciplinary team (MDT), age/health of patients when treating CLL, long term treatment planning, Richters transformation and familial CLL.

The session provided much food for thought going into lunch.

Part 2 - A look at the future of CLL treatment: New treatment options. In this more scientific talk Dr Follows of Cambridge University hospitals addresses latest developments and new treatment options and the new landscape.

watch talk with slides here: sayansho.com/embed/iframe_c...

You can also watch the video of the Q&A following the talk with questions on : CLL incidence, clinical trial care, trial inclusion/exclusion criteria, excitement about the new treatment landscape, treatment choice, infection risk, long term side effects, cost of new treatments, monitoring post treatment, coping with CLL, anxiety and depression and more about trials.

An evolving and complicated, picture but undoubtedly we are entering an exciting new era of CLL treatment.

Webcasts from Cambridge University Hospitals CLL/Lymphoma specialist nurse will follow on with discussions on CLL care and clinical trials

Nick

cllsupport.org.uk

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  • Hi Hairbear,

    Thank you for posting the videos. Is it possible to post the transcripts of the videos? I usually copy and past all the posts that are useful and informative and I keep them in files according to their subject and the dates. I hope I am not asking too much. Best regards.

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