CLL Webinar Today - Autoimmune Complications of CLL, CLL Support Association

Apologies for the late notice, but do not worry if you miss this as it will be recorded. I will post a link when it is available.

2.00pm London (10.00 am EST)

‘Autoimmune complications of CLL’

We know that CLL and SLL patients have compromised immune systems. However, a complication can arise when antibodies or lymphocytes are produced against substances naturally present in the body. Dr Marr will be examining this topic which is of great relevance for CLL patients.

Dr. Helen Marr is Consultant Haematologist at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle on Tyne and has contributed to numerous papers on blood cancer She qualified from University of Nottingham in 2002 before completing her general medical training in Newcastle. She worked as a haematology registrar in Christchurch Public Hospital in New Zealand before returning to complete her haematology specialist registrar training in Newcastle. She was awarded a PhD in 2015 from Newcastle University for her thesis, ‘Regulation of CD38 by IRF4 in CLL’. She was appointed to her Consultant post in 2017 and has a special interest in CLL and lymphoma.

Our patient speaker, Robin Coton, will be in conversation with one of our trustees, Gail Wiegman, about his CLL experience.

We will start promptly at 2:00 pm, and you can join from 1:45. The Webinar will close by 3:30 pm, allowing time for questions

Please register by emailing :

You will be able to ask questions when you register, or live on the day.

The access code and password will be emailed to you after you register, usually within 24-48 hours. If you do not see the link please check your junk/spam mail box, if the link is not there please email: coordinator@

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Thanks David, this looks good.

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Make sure you posts a link to the recording. I’ve got another Zoom session at 2.00. Thanks

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David, I will be very interested in this please, if it’s not too late.

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Do you know when the link will be posted.thank you

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