First thanks for all your great posts, and apologies I've been "lurking" too much recently and not posting.
One minor issue just come up for me, I'd be interested what people's views are:
The very large, and now global company I work for requires you to use a pass card to get in and out the buildings etc. these days.
There is now a new facility whereby on the card you can have medical alerts added. This is to cover for the case of e.g. company first aiders e.g. if they delivered you unconscious to hospital, and you were unable to explain yourselves (Apologies for extreme example - no intention to cause alarm). One good example the company gave was for those with heart issues etc. on blood thinning Warfarin.
I think those on FCR wear bracelets with warnings of no-live vaccines etc.
In my case I'm still (just) on "Watch and Wait" / "Active Management and Care" (however best that is put), so I'm not sure what if anything I'd put on the card, except perhaps "CLL". I think "no-live vaccines" still applies. If not familiar, read the section on vaccinations in:
. . . also google HU for articles on shingles e.g.
. . . and if you do get shingles:
Now to get back to considering the alert tags, I'm not on any regular prescription medication yet - except for reading all your posts on HU which is by far the best medicine of all.
Answers for different stages of CLL and treatments on what best to put on the tag would all be good.