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After a blood cancer diagnosis, during treatment and at many other points in between, you and your caregiver may feel anxious or depressed.1

It may be difficult or stressful for you and your caregiver to keep track of and understand all the information around blood cancer. For people living with chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL), helpful resources such as trackers and a glossary of terms from the CLL Society can be accessed on the left. There are also tools available to help understand and manage the fear, anxiety and stress that may come with a blood cancer diagnosis or at any point thereafter.

In addition to reviewing these resources, talk to your healthcare provider about your mental health and consider seeking support from a trained professional, as needed.


  1. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Anxiety and depression. Accessed February 2023. 
  2. Cancer.Net. Living with cancer while receiving long-term treatment. Accessed February 2023.
  3. Cancer.Net. Leukemia – chronic lymphocytic – CLL: Symptoms and Signs. Accessed February 2023.
  4. Leukaemia Foundation. Mental Health. Accessed February 2023.
  5. City of Hope. Wellness. Accessed February 2023.
  6. National Cancer Institute. Support for Caregivers of Cancer Patients. Accessed February 2023.