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About this site

This website is a key part of CML Support’s work. Indeed, without the web, this support network could never have been as successful as we’ve become

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Remember, the most important thing you need to know about CML is that you must educate yourself in this disease and arm yourself with knowledge. Without knowledge...

This website is open access. Registration is not a requirement to view its content, however if you wish to interact with others on the discussion forum you must register as a user.

Our mission

Each of us can offer a helping hand to those who are following behind. This community was created to help people living with CML to discover, then access the best possible treatment for them, then move beyond CML to live a full life. We don’t believe people should be defined by this disease. That belief has driven us from the start.

Thinking like a community

The amazing thing about the Internet is its ability to bring people together who would otherwise never be able to meet regularly or communicate in detail about their health and wellbeing. This community is the reason we started this website but also the reason it is still going, stronger than ever.

Thank you.

We hope the information and support you find on the site is useful in lightening the load of living with CML. But we can't keep improving it without every member of the community contributing their own feedback, thoughts and feelings. We need to know if something we have written isn't clear. We need you to edit our library pages if you think something could have been written more clearly.

Other ways you can contribute

Read more about how to contribute to our site, visit our Help pages about contributing now. If you'd like to take the next step and volunteer to help other people through the site then visit our Volunteering page to discover more. If you'd like to help us further develop the site and provide ongoing support to our volunteers and community then consider making a donation to our charitable foundation on our Donate page.

Author: 
sandy craine
Last modified: 
28 July 2015