I was very fortunate in life
(Poland) "When I first learned about my disease, I thought my life was over. For me it was a death sentence."
In search of peace
(Bulgaria) "One way for one to survive is to engage in work, a lot of work. Then one forgets"
A difficult journey
(Hungary) "I take the medicine in the morning, and then I can spend the entire day with my family"
Ups and downs
(Ireland) "In January 2014, my consultant told me my CLL was at an advanced stage and I was given 12 weeks to live."
(Israel) "I take a pill in the morning, which keeps me alive. It’s the thing that keeps my leukemia in check, allowing me to watch my children grow up and hear the parrots that I raise chirp."
(Romania) "I became more active, more confident, my performance levels at work have improved. In short, I have regained my life."