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These are CLL Ireland’s latest news posts from Facebook – but make sure to visit our CLL Ireland Facebook page for older posts.
1 day ago
Dear friends of the CLL Advocates Network,
thanks to diligent volunteers, the "COVID-19 and CLL Patients Statement" is now available in 7 languages:
The statements are available for download here: www.clladvocates.net/
A big THANK YOU goes to Jana Pelouchová (Diagnóza leukemie, Czech Republic), Pierre Aumont ( SILLC, France), Felice Bombaci (AIL, Italy) and Ibolya Kéri (MOHA, Hungary) for their kind support in translating this information!
If you can help translate the statement into your respective language, we would be grateful for support. Please contact us at email@example.com to ask for the editable file. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
www.facebook.com/7851693875/posts/10157635337848876/?substory_index=0As vulnerable people begin cocooning now is the time that they will need as much help from the wider community as possible.
Here are some ways you can support people who may be isolated and can't go outside. For more visit www.Cancer.ie/Coronavirus ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
We're asking our friends & supporters to think of the Irish Cancer Society today - Daffodil Day. We really appreciate all the help and support they offer us and our community and wish them well with their Digital Daffodils today!Today should have been Daffodil Day, a day when communities all over Ireland come together to support people affected by cancer. Since announcing that Daffodil Day was cancelled due to coronavirus, we have been overwhelmed by the response to help. Many of you have been in touch to see how you can still get your Daffodil this Friday 27 March to show your support.
Inspired by your kindness, you can now get your Digital Daffodil on www.cancer.ie to help fund vital services and research. Please note we are experiencing a high volume of donations on our website. If you are experiencing issues donating online, you can donate through Facebook by clicking the Donate button.
We're all in this together, apart but not alone. ... See MoreSee Less