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I would like to ask something about my father's condition. He is 60 years old and he is a CLL patient. He is living with this disease for 5 years now and for now, he leads a normal life (hopefully, it will last for many more years). Anyway, I am just thinking of bad things that will surely come for him. When is bone marrow transplantation used? What about other forms of therapies?

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I don't think you should worry about those things for now. My father is 67 years old and he has this condition for 9 years. Still no symptoms. And I don't even want to think about all those chemo and radio therapies he will require when the symptoms do show up. And if that does not work out, bone marrow transplantation might be done. And unfortunately, even that is not enough.
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