Resources

There are many online resources available discussing CLL, and it can be difficult to find those with useful and reliable information. In this section of the Knowledge Centre we have selected and gathered links to resources including national societies for physicians and useful medical education websites.

Useful Links

Associations are able to provide educational support and guidance to healthcare professionals specific to the country or region for which they serve. The links below will take you to sites outside the Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Knowledge Centre where you can further your knowledge of the disease, including the treatment and management options available.

  • Hematology Medical Education

    Hematology Medical Education is a medical education portal providing access to the most current educational programs in haematology for healthcare professionals with a focus on multiple myeloma.

  • Imbruvica for CLL

    Imbruvica is a prescription medicine used to treat people with: Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) who have received at least one prior treatment.

  • CLLSA - International Sources of Information

    This site from the CLL Support Association (CLLSA) provides a comprehensive listing information and support for CLL from around the world. ​There is a lot of information listed providing access to many of the key reliable international resources to aid CLL/SLL patients.

  • The Hematology Forum

    The Hematology Forum is a resource for European haematologists with clinical experience treating patients with a range of haematological malignancies.

  • CLLSA - UK and European CLL Perspectives

    A large collection of videos brought together by the CLL Support Association (CLLSA) detailing the UK and European perspectives on CLL. Topics include; what are smoldering and atypical CLL? MRD, planning a long-term CLL journey, and existing immunotherapies in the fight against CLL.

  • CLLSA - Global Perspectives

    A large collection of videos brought together by the CLL Support Association (CLLSA) detailing global perspectives on CLL. Topics include; coverage from ASH 2014, the evolving ABT-199 story, new less toxic therapies, an update on BCL-2 inhibitors, B-cell receptor agents, and immunotherapy.

  • CLLSA - UK Sources of Information

    This site from the CLL Support Association (CLLSA) provides a comprehensive listing of UK sources of information and support for CLL. ​There is a lot of information listed providing access to many of the key reliable UK resources to aid CLL/SLL patients.

  • ESMO - Clinical Practice Guidelines for diagnosis, treatment and follow-up

    The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) produced clinical practice guidelines in 2011 for the diagnosis, treatment and follow-up of patients with CLL. These are available in full here.

  • ESMO - Guidelines consensus conference on malignant lymphoma 2011

    The European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) produced the guidelines consensus conference on malignant lymphoma 2011 part 1: diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL), follicular lymphoma (FL) and chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) in 2011. This is available in full here.

  • ESMO - Tumour Knowledge Portal

    The ESMO Tumour Knowledge Portal from the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) brings together the latest news, journals, publications, guidelines and e-learning from ESMO.

  • Lymphoma Articles in ASCO Journals

    See relevant articles about lymphoma in the publications of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), including the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

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    National Societies

    Societies are able to provide educational support and guidance to healthcare professionals specific to the country or region for which they serve. The links below will take you to sites outside the Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia Knowledge Centre where you can see the activities and information provided by these organisations.

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