Since 2011, the Lymphoma Research Foundation has been a leader in raising awareness of lymphoma during National Blood Cancer Awareness Month in September. This year, more than 100 buildings and landmarks will Light it Red for Lymphoma on World Lymphoma Awareness Day and throughout September to bring hope to all of those affected by a lymphoma diagnosis.More >

The North American Educational Forum on Lymphoma is a 2-½ day annual program providing critical information on treatment options, patient support issues, clinical trials and the latest advances in lymphoma research to people with lymphoma and their loved ones. More >

View a comprehensive series of webcasts/podcasts recorded at our 2015 North American Educational Forum on Lymphoma. More >

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Learn From Experts

The FocusOnCLL.org website is designed to provide helpful information and resources to patients, caregivers, physicians, and others affected by chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL).

Learn about CLL, treatment options, research and more from exclusive interviews with some of the world's leading lymphoma experts.

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Getting the Facts

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) and small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL) are B-cell malignancies. CLL and SLL are essentially the same disease, with slightly different manifestations. CLL tends to be an indolent (slow-growing) cancer. However, over time, it can progress to a more aggressive type of lymphoma. Approximately 15,000 new cases of CLL are diagnosed annually.

Hear From the Community

Everyone's lymphoma story is unique and special.  

Read about CLL patients, survivors and caregivers' journey with the disease, lessons learned and words of advice.

Ask the Doctor

The Lymphoma Research Foundation’s Ask the Doctor About Lymphoma program is a national series of community based-programs, providing patient with updates on the disease and new treatment options.

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