UK CLL Forum - Bridging the gap between Scientists, Clinicians and Patients

Welcome to the official site of the UKCLL Forum
Bridging the gap between Scientists, Clinicians and Patients

The UKCLL Forum was established by Terry Hamblin in 2000 as an umbrella organisation for CLL in the UK. Its aims were, and remain, to bring together everyone with an interest in CLL and in particular to bridge the gap between the clinical and scientific aspects of the disease. In doing so, the Forum provides an ideal framework within which the entire UK CLL community can input into issues such as guidelines, clinical trials and translational science.

Latest News


Practical clinical guidelines for managing CLL in COVID-19 pandemic


COVID-19 Clinical Invitation and Survey


UK CLL Forum Clinical Sciences Day

Friday 9th October 2020

Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT.


Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) patients and COVID-19

We know that a lot of the information about COVID-19 for the general public does not answer the concerns of people with CLL. The UKCLL forum has produced this information leaflet to provide extra advice for CLL patients.


COVID-19 CLL and SLL survey

We are inviting everyone to take part in a survey, which will be left open for the foreseeable future. If you feel you have the virus we would particularly like your input, but the survey is open to all CLL and SLL patients.


The views and opinions expressed in the reports, abstracts and presentations contained on this website are those of the authors. The UKCLL Forum accepts no responsibility for the content or accuracy of any of the material on this or any linked website.