Published in Cancer Weekly, March 16th, 2010
C-L-L IS THE MOST COMMON FORM OF ADULT LEUKEMIA AND MAKES UP ONE-THIRD OF ALL CASES IN THE U-S.
THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY ESTIMATES THAT IN 2009 MORE THAN 15,000 PEOPLE WERE DIAGNOSED WITH THE DISEASE AND AN ESTIMATED 4,500 INDIVIDUALS DIED FROM IT.
DR. STEPHANIE GREGORY, A LEADING ONCOLOGIST SPECIALIZING IN C-L-L.
"People can live with CLL for years, so in treating it, a goal is...
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