was Diagnosed with CLL a day after my 60th birthday party. I hadn't been feeling well for months. I was diagnosed with pneumonia, sinus infection, stomach infection, plugged up ears, I thought I had an ulcer too. I was fatigued, I had night sweats, blistered lips, horrible stomach pains and finally after they thought I had a heart attack they discovered the real problem of CLL. I have a growth in my lung and colon and stomach issues. 10 days ago I couldn't sleep, couldn't breath was nauseated and was soaking my night shirts in sweat. According to the American Cancer Society CLL is not curable and there are no diet reccomendations that will help. I'm waiting on some high tech blood tests to see if I have my chromosomes in tact without the deletion of P17 and other markers along with how fast it is spreading. It is unbelievable that the doctors and American cancer society only promote chemo, radiation and radical stem cell transplants. I don't know how long I'll be around or how well I will fight this but I do know one thing. Changing my diet radically cured almost all of my symptoms in two days and my stomach in 4 days and have felt great for over a week now. If you do some research you will see the symptoms for CLL are basically the exact same as anemia. They should be since leukemia is beating down your red blood cells and they are half the size and depleted of the nutrition they need to transport blood and other functions. I accidently cured my anemia with my diet. I have no idea what it did to my white blood cells but I feel human again and I'm spending quality time with my family now. Talk to your nutritionist about a diet to fight anemia and see what happens. If you are like me it will bring you back to life with more energy than I've had in a long time. I'm eatting all organic superfoods now and I believe all of the Kale, spinach, broccoli and other foods loaded with b vitamins and iron have amazingly healed me against the anemia. I'm no doctor but I can tell you it really worked for me. I went from feeling like I was dying to feeling very good in no time. I wanted to share this. What do you have to lose by eatting healthy this way. Better than nuking yourself with toxic chemo. I may end up having to have chemo but I'm going to delay the chemo as long as I can. If you read the side effects of the chemo's out there when you have CLL it is not good at all. It is more than just your typical side effects. Read those too before you deside on your chemo treatment if needed. Too bad Western medicine doesn't focus on healing your immune system instead of killing all of your cells and hoping the cancer doesn't return after they destroyed your immune system.