Making personalised care possible
A new personalised service for people living with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) has launched.
In Australia approximately 1300 people are diagnosed with CLL each year but around two-thirds are not calling for help.
So we launched a project to understand what people with CLL go through and how they can be better supported, sooner.
This project has now led to a new, personalised program called Cancer Concierge.
Cancer Concierge works with the individual to understand their experience with CLL and provides support throughout the challenges of the disease so they can live better with the condition.
Wayne Clark (pictured), diagnosed with CLL a decade ago, took part in the project;
“I really enjoyed being a small part of the committed team that worked on the project which will allow the growth, development and provision of wider support to people with CLL.”
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