Leukemia (CLL)

“Game Changing” New Treatment Gives Hope to Relapsed “CLL” Leukemia Patients

Every year, about 20,000 Americans are diagnosed with CLL. This promising new targeted treatment is spelling relief for relapsed patients.

Published May 9, 2019

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Treatment: Oral Medications

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For patients diagnosed with CLL, the go-to treatment option is usually some form of chemo-immunotherapy. But this is not an option for all patients.

Treatment: Oral Medications

For patients diagnosed with CLL, the go-to treatment option is usually some form of chemo-immunotherapy. But this is not an option for all patients.