Karl from USA based Patients Against Lymphoma, has just posted a brief but informative article, written in layman's terms, describing how targeted drugs (e.g. antibodies and pathway inhibitors) work at:
This is well worth a read if you appreciate being informed on how these drugs that you may one day be advised to take, specifically target cancerous cells. There's also a list of new targeted drugs at the end of the article.
As Karl says, the information is provided as an aid to informed consent.
The Patients Against Lymphoma website also maintains a "What's New" page that provides information on new lymphoma research including CLL/SLL along with a clinical trials finder and much much more that I'm sure will be of interest.
A site well worth bookmarking!