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My father is 76 years old and he has been dealing successfully with his CLL for more than a decade now. Luckily, there are no symptoms and I hope that there will be none for many more years. Anyway, I would like to know if there is a way to prevent this specific type of leukemia. I ask this because I am not sure if I am in the risk group of getting this disease.

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Well then, I guess you should know that this illness usually affects people that are over 50 years old, and usually men more than women, which do not make you a strong candidate for this illness. And you should also know that many people that have this condition live a normal life without any symptoms, sometimes for more than 25 years! Let's hope that he is in that group of CLL patients.
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