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    I was diagnosed with CLL last December, 2017; I had it since July, 2017 but the first doctor misread the blood work.   My WBC was 111,000 in December, and since then, with a daily dose of 420 MG Imbruvica (ibrutinib), as of July 10, it is at 15,000.  I was told by two oncologists that if the WBC gets normal (below 10,000) and stays there a few months, that MAYBE I can go off the Inbruvica.  Anothe...

    July 12 at 6:19 PM view discussion
    • irishgreekmike has created a new message board discussion

      I was diagnosed with CLL last December, 2017; I had it since July, 2017 but the first doctor misread the blood work.   My WBC was 111,000 in December, and since then, with a daily dose of 420 MG Imbruvica (ibrutinib), as of July 10, it is at 15,000.  I was told by two oncologists that if the WBC gets normal (below 10,000) and stays there a few months, that MAYBE I can go off the Inbruvica.  Anothe...

      July 12 at 6:18 PM view discussion
      • irishgreekmike has replied to a post on the message board

        I had WBC count of 108,000 in December, been using Imbruvica daily since December 21, 2017.  My most recent white cell count was 22,000.  Sorry, I cannot help more.

        May 24 at 4:10 PM view post
        • irishgreekmike has created a new message board discussion

          I was diagnosed with CLL last December, 2017; I had it since July, but the first doctor misread the blood work.   My WBC was 111,000 in December, and since then, with a daily dose of 420 MG Imbruvica (ibrutinib), as of April 20 my WBC was 22,000.  I was told by two oncologists that if the WBC gets normal (below 10,000) and stays there a few months, that I can go off the Inbruvica.  Another oncolog...

          May 04 at 5:25 PM view discussion
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