Past Online Events, News and Media

In this section you will find a compilation of useful online events (webinars, recordings, video streams, video interviews, and other digital resources on COVID-19 and CLL) and publications from journals, magazines, newspapers and online publications about CLL and Coronavirus disease.

If you know about any online event or other publication that you consider worth publishing here, please let us know by sending us an email.


Here are some general links worth checking out:

Lymphoma Action (UK) COVID-19 videos

Leukaemia Care (UK) Online Webinars

March 26, 2021

COVID-19 Virtual Community Meeting: Contagion, Variants, and Vaccines

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 26/3/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage in 2021 as vaccination distribution begins. It is critical that CLL patients and their caregivers continue to receive up-to-date and credible information from different expert voices. On-demand recording featuring CLL experts Drs. Steve Rosen and Alexey Danilov, infectious disease physician Dr. Sanjeet Dadwal, lab scientist Dr. Susan Leclair, and CLL Society’s own Dr. Brian Koffman presenting the most up-to-date COVID-19 information.

Date: Friday, March 26, 2021, 11:00 AM PT, 12:00 PM MT, 1:00 PM CT, 2:00 PM ET

Please click here to access the recording.

March 18, 2021

CLL Support Webinar – ‘Where next for treatment in CLL/SLL?’

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 18/3/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

The topic of Prof Hillmen’s talk was ‘Where next for treatment in CLL/SLL?’ Prof Hillmen is the lead for the FLAIR trial and is setting up the STATIC trial. He spoke about both of these and also covered current and forthcoming treatments. In the Q & A section Prof Hillmen answered questions about the pandemic and its effect on CLL patients, together with his thoughts about vaccination.

Please click here to access the recording.

March 3, 2021

Sonderseminar II “Impfungen gegen COVID-19 bei CLL, Lymphomen und Myelom – was muss ich wissen?” – 3rd March, 5-6pm CET – webinar in GERMAN language on “Vaccinations against COVID-19 for CLL, lymphoma and myeloma – what do I need to know?”

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 3/3/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Im diesem Online-Sonderseminar “Impfungen gegen COVID-19 bei CLL, Lymphomen und Myelom – was muss ich wissen?” von LeukaNET, der Deutschen CML-Allianz und der Deutschen Leukämie- und Lymphom-Hilfe DLH e.V. am 3. März 2021 sprach Prof. Dr. med. Marie von Lilienfeld-Toal, unter anderem Professorin für Infektionsforschung in der Hämatologie/Onkologie, beispielsweise über die verschiedenen erhältlichen Impfungen gegen Covid-19, Ängste und Sorgen von CLL-, Lymphom- und Myelom-Patienten und -Patientinnen, Kontraindikationen sowie Nebenwirkungen der Impfungen und beantwortete Fragen der ZuschauerInnen. Moderiert wurde das Sonderseminar von Dr. med. Ulrike Holtkamp, Geschäftsführerin DLH e.V., und Jan Geißler, 1. Vorsitzender LeukaNET e.V. / Leukämie-Online.

Date: 3rd March 2021, 5-6pm CET – 60 min

Guest speaker: Prof. Dr. med. Marie von Lilienfeld-Toal, Klinik für Innere Medizin II, Abteilung für Hämatologie und internistische Onkologie, Universitätsklinikum Jena, Germany

Please click here to access the recording.

February 11, 2021

CLLAN (CLL Advocates Network) and ALAN (Acute Leukemia Advocates Network): joint webinar on “COVID-19 vaccination and immune challenges for leukemia”

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 11/2/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

On 11 February 2021, CLLAN (CLL Advocates Network) and ALAN (Acute Leukemia Advocates Network) ran a free webinar on COVID-19 vaccination and immune challenges for leukemia. The webinar targeted patient advocates in the area of CLL & acute leukaemia, and we were grateful to count on an international panel of experts from different areas of specialization (two clinicians, one regulator and one virologist):

  • Professor Florence Cymbalista (France), Head Hematology Biology Department, Avicenne Hospital
  • Dr Amit Patel (UK), Consultant in Cellular Therapies and Transplantation, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust, Haematology and Transplant Unit
  • Dr Julio Delgado (The Netherlands / Spain), Seconded National Expert, Oncology Office, European Medicines Agency (EMA), Amsterdam / Department of Haematology, Hospital Clinic, Barcelona
  • Professor Uwe Gerd Liebert (Germany), Institute of Virology, Leipzig University, Leipzig

 

Among others, our experts gave advice on safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines in patients with immune challenges, roll-out of vaccines in the patient communities, and specific challenges of CLL and Acute Leukemia patients. The meeting was moderated by Zack Pemberton-Whiteley (Chair – Acute Leukemia Advocates Network, ALAN) and Pierre Aumont (vice-chair – CLL Advocates Network, CLLAN).

Please click here to access the recording.

Please click here to view the slides: Full slide deck (all except acute leukemia expert´s slides) / Slides Dr Patel – acute leukemia expert

February 4, 2021

Coalition Connection: COVID-19

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 4/2/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

On World Cancer Day 2021, the GCCN hosted a discussion on the effects of COVID-19. An interactive session to examine the effects of COVID-19, and the innovative strategies patient advocacy organisations have employed to move forward.

Date and time: Thu, February 4, 2021 / 3:30 PM – 5:30 PM CET

Please click here to watch the recording.
February 4, 2021

CLL Society Ed Forum: ASH 2020 Comes to You

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 4/2/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

CLL Society brought important research that has been presented at the American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting 2020. Dr. William Weirda and Dr. Anthony Mato were featured in this event on the ocassion of World Cancer Day 2021.

Date and time: Thu, February 4, 2021 / 10:00  PT, 13:00 ET 18:00 BST, 19:00 CET

Please click here to access the recording.
February 4, 2021

Webinar on “COVID-19 ‘shielding’ update, coping and support” – with Dr Pauline Aiston and Anne Crook

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 4/2/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Date: Thursday 4th February 2021, 3.30 to 5:00pm GMT / 16:30 to 18:00 CET

This webinar held on World Cancer Day 2021 aimed at exploring the effect of shielding long term and managing the impact on blood cancer patients. It sought to provide coping strategies to support patients and their loved ones to manage the emotional and psychological burden many are experiencing.

Guest Panellists:

  • Dr Pauline Aiston, Health Psychologist, Psychological Health Services, University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust
  • Anne Crook, Counsellor / Psychotherapist, Psycho-oncology, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

 

Please click here to access the recording.

January 28, 2021

Webinar on “Looking forward with CLL/SLL: time to think about early stage disease” – with Dr. Niamh Appleby, hosted by CLL Support (UK)

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 28/1/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Dr Appleby talking about her work in the OXPLORED study and the use of Molecular Diagnostics in relation to how CLL develops in the early stages, besides giving an update on current treatments and Covid-19 vaccinations.

Dr Niamh Appleby is from the Oxford University Molecular Diagnostics Centre and an expert in researching personalised treatments for blood cancer patients. She holds an award from Health Education England Genomic Medicine Fellowship to continue her work into the latest techniques for predicting how patients will respond to treatment and how long before they may relapse. This is a hugely important area of research that will hopefully lead to kinder and more effective treatments.

Please click here to watch the recording.

January 28, 2021

Webinar on “Coping strategies in the time of Covid-19” – with Pinky Jeminez-Agrawal, hosted by CLL Support (UK)

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 28/1/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Pinky Jeminez-Agrawal explained simple behavioural strategies to help cope with anxiety.

Pinky Jimenez-Agrawal is an occupational therapist and a member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists. She trained in Oxford and is currently studying for her MSc in Psychology and Neuroscience of Mental Health at King’s College London.

Please click here to access the recording.

January 15, 2021

COVID-19 vaccines – your questions answered (webinar)

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 15/1/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

This webinar held on 15 January 2021 focused on the situation in the UK with the COVID-19 vaccines, specifically in relation to people living with a blood cancer diagnosis. It aimed to give information, guidance and reassurance to people living with blood cancer around the COVID-19 vaccine, including the different types of vaccines in use and development, their mode of action and suitability for people with blood cancer, and details of the roll-out of the vaccine.

Panellists: Dr Graham Collins, Haematology Consultant, Oxford University Hospitals / Dr Wendy Osborne, Consultant Haematologist, Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne / Dr Robert Marcus, Consultant Haematologist, HCA Healthcare, London

This webinar was a collaboration between Leukaemia Care and  Lymphoma Action.

Please click here to watch the recording!

January 14, 2021

UK – VIDEO COVID 19 vaccines Personal experiences

RECORDED LIVE ON 14/01/2021

In this video three individuals with blood cancer share their experiences of having the COVID-19 vaccine. This video was from a Facebook Live presentation, jointly hosted by Leukaemia Care and Lymphoma Action

Also available at Lymphoma Action – COVID-19 Videos created during the COVID-19 pandemic covering shielding, commonly asked questions, the impact of COVID, vaccination, psychological management, coping with safety restrictions and tips on using masks.

Please click here to watch the recording!

January 6, 2021

Blood Cancer UK´s “Ask the Experts”: Blood Cancer and COVID-19 Vaccines

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 6/1/2021. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

… with Blood Cancer UK and Anthony Nolan. Joined by Dr Graham Collins, Professor Edd James and Dr Teresa Inkster.

Please click here to watch the recording!

December 21, 2020

UK – VIDEO CLL Support Webinar on the Covid-19 vaccine

RECORDED LIVE ON 21/12/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

CLL Support Association invited an expert to give his views and to answer questions from members. We heard from Prof. Saul Faust of the University of Southampton, who has been a member of the NIHR COVID-19 vaccine trial delivery group and Dr Renata Walewska, chair of the UK CLL Forum.

Please click here to watch the recording!

December 10, 2020

ASH 2020, VIDEO,  COVID-19 infection in CLL

RECORDED LIVE ON 10/12/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Lydia Scarfò, MD, Vita-Salute San Raffaele University, Milan, Italy, discusses the initial results of an international examination of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) that have been hospitalized for COVID-19 infection. Although the mortality rate of COVID-19 is higher in patients with CLL, therapy does not seem to increase the risk of infection with COVID-19. Larger cohorts and longer follow-ups are required to better characterize COVID-19 in patients with CLL. This interview took place during the 62nd American Society of Hematology (ASH) Annual Meeting and Exposition, 2020.

Please click here to watch the recording!

September 29, 2020

ERIC 2020, VIDEO, The impact of COVID-19 on CLL disease management

RECORDED LIVE ON 29/09/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Robin Foà, MD, Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the care of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) patients. From a survey conducted with the CAMPUS program, the results indicated that surprisingly few CLL patients were symptomatic and tested positive. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the management of disease as well. Treatment has been delayed or changed and clinical trial recruitment has been affected. This interview took place during the European Research Initiative on CLL (ERIC) International Virtual Meeting 2020.

Please click here to watch the recording!

 

August 4, 2020

Navigating changes as shielding pauses

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 4/8/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Webinar held on 4 August 2020 with leading haematologists Professor Chris Fegan, Professor Mhairi Copeland and Professor Mary Frances McMullin on how best to navigate these changes to the shielding guidance, and how to stay safe.

Please click here to watch the recording!

July 23, 2020

COVID-19 Webinar Part III: Addressing Telemedicine Now and in the Future

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 23/7/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Topics discussed: Overview of telemedicine / Trends in telemedicine during COVID-19 and beyond /Risk stratification of COVID-19, lymphoma, and need for virtual care / Uses for telehealth / Maximizing telehealth care and hospital precautions for in person visits

Speakers: Ameet Doshi, MD, MBA (Lead Hospitalist for Telemedicine, HealthPartners) / Lori Leslie, MD (Director, indolent lymphoma and CLL research programs, Lymphoma Division, John Theurer Cancer Center at Hackensack Meridian)

Please click here to watch the recording!

June 2020

EHA 2020: Dr. Matthew Davids on how COVID-19 is affecting clinical care for patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)

At the annual meeting of the European Hematology Association (EHA) 2020, our own Dr. Brian Koffman interviewed Dr. Matthew Davids, Associate Director of the Center for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

Please click here to watch the recording!

COVID-19: Implications for Patients With CLL

Live and interactive, CME-certified Webinar held on 6 July 2020 to gain expert opinion on the ongoing developments in providing optimal care for patients with CLL during COVID-19, and evolving research into countering COVID-19–associated inflammatory cytokine production.

Faculty presenter:
Nicole Lamanna, MD
Associate Attending
Leukemia Service
Director of CLL Program
Hematologic Malignancies Section
Department of Medicine
New York – Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center
New York, New York

Agenda

  • COVID-19
    • Virology, immunology, and pathogenesis
    • Natural history and clinical presentation
    • Screening and diagnosis
    • Current medical management
  • Clinic/center preparedness
  • Management of the patient with CLL in the era of COVID-19
    • Active cancer treatment
    • Survivorship care
    • Telemedicine utilizations
  • Conduct of clinical trials in CLL
  • Clinical trials to reduce the production of inflammatory cytokines in patients with severe respiratory symptoms from COVID-19

 

Please click here to view and download the slides!

June 29, 2020

COVID-19 and Blood Cancer CLL treatment – a changing landscape

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 29/6/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

This UK CLL patients webinar was hosted by Leukaemia Care UK on 29 June, 2020 and provided the opportunity to ask the experts questions on chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) and its current and future treatments. Attending experts: Prof. Anna Schuh, consultant haematologist, Chair of the NCRi CLL clinical research group and Director of Molecular Diagnostics at Oxford University; Dr David Allsup, Senior Lecturer in Haematology and CLL lead at Queens Centre for Oncology and Haematology at Castle Hill Hospital, Hull; and Helen Knight, CLL Nurse Specialist at Nottingham University Hospital.

Please click here to watch the recording!

June 25, 2020

COVID-19 – Leukaemia patients’ shielding update and Q&A – Northern Ireland

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 25/6/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

This webinar mainly addresses leukaemia patients living in Northern Ireland and their loved ones, and is hosted by Leukaemia Care UK. The webinar will update and summarise Northern Ireland’s government shielding guidance and support provision, including what this means to patients and their families as shielding evolves. The panel will discuss and answer questions, while exploring themes and challenges identified by patients. What is the impact on clinical care, health and well-being. How can patients remain vigilant and mitigate their risks as they navigate the relaxing of lock-down around them.

Note: Although this webinar is specifically tailored for leukaemia patients based in Northern Ireland, it can certainly also be helpful for patients from other regions of the world. The webinar aims at building confidence and providing information in order to mitigate risks as well as cope with their ongoing care during COVID-19.

Please click here to watch the recording.

June 23, 2020

COVID-19 – Leukaemia patients’ shielding update and Q&A – Wales

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 23/6/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

This webinar held on 23 June, 2020 mainly addresses Welsh leukaemia patients and their loved ones, and is hosted by Leukaemia Care UK. The webinar will update and summarise the Welsh government shielding guidance and support provision, including what this means to patients and their families as shielding evolves. The panel will discuss and answer questions, while exploring themes and challenges identified by patients. What is the impact on clinical care, health and well-being. How can patients remain vigilant and mitigate their risks as they navigate the relaxing of lock-down around them.

Note: Although this webinar is specifically tailored for leukaemia patients based in Wales, it can certainly also be helpful for patients from other regions of the world. The webinar aims at building confidence and providing information in order to mitigate risks as well as cope with their ongoing care during COVID-19.

Please click here to watch the recording.

June 25, 2020

COVID-19 – Leukaemia patients’ shielding update and Q&A – Northern Ireland

This webinar mainly addresses leukaemia patients living in Northern Ireland and their loved ones, and is hosted by Leukaemia Care UK. The webinar will update and summarise Northern Ireland’s government shielding guidance and support provision, including what this means to patients and their families as shielding evolves. The panel will discuss and answer questions, while exploring themes and challenges identified by patients. What is the impact on clinical care, health and well-being. How can patients remain vigilant and mitigate their risks as they navigate the relaxing of lock-down around them.

Note: Although this webinar is specifically tailored for leukaemia patients based in Northern Ireland, it can certainly also be helpful for patients from other regions of the world. The webinar aims at building confidence and providing information in order to mitigate risks as well as cope with their ongoing care during COVID-19.

Date and Time:
Tuesday, June 25, 2020
2:00 PM BST (London time)

Please, click here to watch the recording.

June 22, 2020

COVID-19 – Leukaemia patients’ shielding update and Q&A – England

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 22/6/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

This webinar held on June 22, 2020 mainly addresses UK leukaemia patients and their loved ones, and is hosted by Leukaemia Care UK. The webinar will update and summarise the England government shielding guidance and support provision, including what this means to patients and their families as shielding evolves. The panel will discuss and answer questions, while exploring themes and challenges identified by patients. What is the impact on clinical care, health and well-being. How can patients remain vigilant and mitigate their risks as they navigate the relaxing of lock-down around them.

Note: Although this webinar is specifically tailored for UK-based leukaemia patients, it can certainly also be helpful for patients from other regions of the world. The webinar aims at building confidence and providing information in order to mitigate risks as well as cope with their ongoing care during COVID-19.

Please click here to watch the recording.

June 18, 2020

The Fourth COVID-19 Virtual Community Meeting: Managing Re-entry

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 18/6/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

The CLL Society has facilitated a series of COVID-19 Virtual Community Meetings for CLL patients and caregivers to engage in a question-and-answer town hall format. The fourth webinar was on „Managing re-entry“.

Please click here to watch the recording!

June 5, 2020

After lockdown

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 5/6/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Our French member SILLC has facilitated a video conference dedicated to the time after lockdown – Attention: the recording is in FRENCH language!

Duration: 1 hour 31 minutes.

Topics discussed: What about Lymphomas? / Resilience at the time of lockdown / Why is lockdown not so easy to live with? / Adjustments to legal and administrative aspects

Panellists: Pr Guillaume Cartron, Hematologist / Caroline Le Flour, Resilience Specialist / Dominique Thirry, Health lawyer / Charlotte Roffiaen, Moderator / Ariane Eberl Marty, Psychologist

Please click here to watch the recording.

May 11, 2020

COVID-19 Webinar Part II: Managing Concerns for Lymphoma Patients

On May 11, 2020 the Lymphoma Research Foundation’s (LRF) provided its second webinar on “Managing Concerns for Lymphoma Patients”.

Program: COVID-19 update for the lymphoma community / Impact on patient experience: Clinical Trials Status / Patient fears and stress response during crisis / Providing support and managing your own stress as a patient or caregiver / Exploring tips and strategies to manage stress

Please klick here to watch the recording!

 

May 7, 2020

COVID-19 and CLL – update for patients

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 7/5/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Leukaemia Care hosted this webinar in collaboration with CLL Support.

Panellists: Dr Piers Patten, of Kings College London and Marc Auckland, Chair of Trustees at CLL Support and CLL patient.

Chair – Charlotte Martin, Leukaemia Care Advocacy Manager.

This webinar provided an opportunity for CLL patients to ask questions after experience of shielding. Resources and available information are shared to continue supporting CLL patients with shielding, along with updates on shielding, treatment and the long term where it is was possible.

Please click here to watch the recording.

May 12 2020

COVID-19 and Blood Cancer

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 12/5/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

On Tuesday 12th May, members of the Blood Cancer Alliance came together to discuss COVID-19 and blood cancer in this webinar. Catch up on the webinar and hear the top tips from our experts on keeping well during shielding.

Information in this video is correct as of date of recording: 12/05/2020.

Please click here to watch the recording.

March 19 2020

Coronavirus and What the Lymphoma Community Needs to Know

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 19/3/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

On March 19, the Lymphoma Research Foundation (USA) hosted a webinar on “Coronavirus and What the Lymphoma Community Needs to Know”.

Please click here to watch the recording.

April  30, 2020

Update on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia/Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 30/4/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

On April 30, the Lymphoma Research Foundation (USA) hosted a webinar entitled Update on Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia/Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma that provided an overview of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia/Small Lymphocytic Lymphoma (CLL / SLL) and treatment options.

Program Topics: Overview of CLL/SLL / Current Treatment Options / New and Emerging Treatment Approaches / Clinical Trial Updates / Coping with Symptoms and Treatment Side Effects / Quality-of-Life Concerns / Questions and Answers Session

Please click here to watch the recording!

April 2, 2020

Hematological Diseases and COVID-19

Our French member SILLC has facilitated a video conference which aimed at answering COVID-19 related questions specific to CLL, lymphomas and myelomas – Attention: the recording is in FRENCH language!

THIS 3RD VIDEO CONFERENCE WAS RECORDED LIVE ON 2 APRIL 2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

Duration: 1 hour 34 minutes.

Topics discussed:

  • How to better live the period of confinement with Karen KRAEUTER – Onco-psychologist
  • Medical questions to Doctors Dr Margaret MACRO and Sylvain CHOQUET
    Moderator for questions arriving online: Doctor Alexis TALBOT
  • Social and administrative questions to Dominique THIRRY – Health lawyer

Please, click here to watch the recording.

COVID-19 recommendations of haematologists for CLL and Waldenström patients

Our French member SILLC has published COVID-19 recommendations of haematologists for CLL and Waldenström patients

These recommendations were provided by FILO, the French Innovative Leukemia Organization.

The recommendations are primarily aimed at professionals; therefore, patients´ understanding and interpretation must be done with the utmost care. Questions should be discussed with the treating haematologist.

April 17, 2020

The Third COVID-19 Virtual Community Meeting

The CLL Society has facilitated a series of COVID-19 Virtual Community Meetings for CLL patients and caregivers to engage in a question-and-answer town hall format. Check out the past webinars!

Go to recording!

April 3, 2020

The Second COVID-19 Virtual Community Meeting

The CLL Society has facilitated a series of COVID-19 Virtual Community Meetings for CLL patients and caregivers to engage in a question-and-answer town hall format. Check out the past webinars!

Go to recording!

March 27, 2020

The First COVID-19 Virtual Community Meeting

The CLL Society has facilitated a series of COVID-19 Virtual Community Meetings for CLL patients and caregivers to engage in a question-and-answer town hall format. Check out the past webinars!

Go to recording!

March 8, 2020

Coronavirus and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia

Leukaemia Care UK has hosted a webinar focusing on the care of UK patients.

VIDEO RECORDED LIVE on 8/4/2020. INFORMATION CORRECT AS OF THIS DATE.

In the video we are joined by Professor Chris Fegan and CLL patient Nick York as they discuss and answer questions about how COVID-19 is affecting chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) patients.

Go to recording!