Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) is a type of cancer of the blood and bone marrow. It is the most common leukemia in adults.
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 share resources to improve understanding of the life of those affected by a diagnosis of CLL. World CLL day offer opportunities to share information and initiatives to improve their quality of life, experience and outcomes.
For this year campaign updates and information of previous campaign themes please visit the World CLL Day page.
Campaign materials are designed and created in different languages with a communication plan to help all those effected by diagnosis (CLL patients and their loved ones, all stakeholders, CLLAN members and campaign supporters) to get involved and prepare their own communications plan in the run-up to World CLL Day and shape their own activities. These will be made available on the campaign website in due course.
Save the date for World CLL Day 2024 and become involved!
While the organising committee continues preparations for the central 2024 campaign theme, we will welcome your early involvement as we shape this campaign together. As the campaign develops we will keep everyone updated directly by communication channels and through campaign website.
We wish to thank all for your support to ensure World CLL Day is as impactful, meaningful and memorable as possible to improve patients’ outcomes, and we look forward to working and campaigning together in 2024.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you or your organisation wishes to be involved during the early planning stages.