Abstract

Chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) has been 1 of the most dynamic fields of clinical research over the last 2 decades. Important advances in understanding the biology of CLL have led to the development of new prognostic and diagnostic tools. Concurrently, several recently approved new agents hold the potential to fundamentally change the management of this leukemia and have started to improve clinical outcomes for patients. This conceptual review summarizes the major recent insights regarding the biology of CLL, the technological advances that have allowed refinement of the prognostication of the clinical course, and the new therapeutic strategies that are currently under investigation to further ameliorate the outcome for patients with CLL.

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