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Some important information from the HSE about the second dose of the Astra Zeneca vaccine which applies to many in our community.www.facebook.com/291934661006674/posts/1755307648002694/ ... See MoreSee Less
We have had lots of interest in our upcoming Webinar in conjunction with CLL Support here is some information on one of speakers Dr Brian KoffmanDr Koffman is extremely well known internationally as a passionate advocate for CLL patients and has spoken at numerous conferences around the world. He is a doctor turned CLL patient and has himself received several treatments, including CAR-T. The opportunity to hear this knowledgeable and highly influential speaker is one certainly not to be missed! ... See MoreSee Less
CLL Ireland feeling thankful with CLL Support.
2 months ago
CLL Ireland are delighted to announce a live webinar in collaboration with CLL Support featuring Professor Patrick Thornton and Dr. Brian Koffman. This joint venture allows us to reach the whole of Ireland, UK & International Community. If you would like to submit a question for inclusion in the Webinar please email same to firstname.lastname@example.org ... See MoreSee Less
This will be of interest to our members its on at 2pm today from our good friends at CLL Support UKThe next in our series of regular webinars will take place on Thursday 20th May at 2.00pm London, BST (10.00am EST) with a focus on ‘Autoimmune complications of CLL’.We know that CLL and SLL patients have compromised immune systems. However, a complication can arise when antibodies or lymphocytes are produced against substances naturally present in the body. Dr Helen Marr will be examining this topic which is of great relevance for CLL patients.Dr Marr is a Consultant Haematologist at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle on Tyne and has contributed to numerous papers on blood cancer. She worked as a haematology registrar in Christchurch Public Hospital in New Zealand before returning to complete her haematology specialist registrar training in Newcastle. She was awarded a PhD in 2015 from Newcastle University for her thesis, ‘Regulation of CD38 by IRF4 in CLL’. She was appointed to her Consultant post in 2017 and has a special interest in CLL and lymphoma.Please register by emailing email@example.com.You will be able to ask questions when you register or live on the day.The access code and password will be emailed to you after you register, usually within 24-48 hours. If you do not see the link please check your junk/spam mailbox, if the link is not there please email firstname.lastname@example.org.We look forward to welcoming you! ... See MoreSee Less