Proudly welcoming another new member: The CLLAN now counts 45 members from 37 countries!
We are proud to welcome a new member to our network! Please join us in welcoming our first Spanish member AELCLÉS (The Spanish Network for Leukemia and Blood Disorders) to this big family!
AELCLÉS is a non-profit network organization founded in 2009, formed from a group of associations with a shared objective: to help patients and their families affected by blood cancer illnesses to regain their health by supporting them throughout their treatment. They seek to improve patients´ quality of life, strongly focusing on research support.
To learn more about AELCLÉS, please visit their profile in our members section.
The CLL Advocates Network now counts 45 members from 37 countries!
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