1 SEPTEMBER IS WORLD CLL DAY

Every 1 September, the global CLL community unites to raise awareness

about chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and give those affected by a

diagnosis of CLL a much needed voice. On World CLL Day we come together

to improve understanding of the vulnerability of CLL patients and the

challenges involved in living with CLL.

Deborah (Canada)

“I’ll continue to wear a mask, avoid crowds, get additional vaccine doses, sanitize my hands frequently and hope others will also, to protect me from COVID-19.”

David (Norway)

“My diagnosis of CLL means that my immune system doesn’t work properly. CLL is a chronic disease, which means it is a life-long issue. Thanks for helping protect me!”

Nick (UK)

“Any infection can cause severe adverse events for me. I don’t mount a response to vaccination myself and rely on the rest of society to protect me and help me live as near a normal life as is possible.”

Donna (United States)

“I have CLL, it does not have me. I’m more than my condition.”

Catherine (United States)

“It is hard to have no immune system during a pandemic. People have yelled at me when I wear a mask. They do not understand. Not everyone is strong.”

Jodi (United States)

“I have CLL and I wish that the careless behaviors of COVID non- believers, could walk in my shoes for just one day and see how scary it is.”

What is CLL?

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow. It is the most common leukemia in adults. Chronic lymphocytic leua typsddfrfd fddcanc cer of the blood and bone marrow.

About World CLL Day

Every 1 September, the global CLL community unites to raise awareness about Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) and give those affected by a diagnosis of CLL a much needed voice. ldee xf fd  bc bc

How to get involved

On 1 September 2022, patient groups from across the world will again unite to raise awareness of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. We would love you to get involved too. er of the blood and bone