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When Jim was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), it came as a surprise. His wife Becky had noticed he was more tired than usual — a common symptom of CLL — but otherwise he had almost no signs of the disease.1 Thankfully, he had an excellent care team, and he was eager to remain positive despite his diagnosis. Jim wants to remind others to be proactive about your own health, ask questions and to never give up.

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1. Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Signs and Symptoms. Available online. Accessed May 2021.

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