My cancer treatment

If you are diagnosed with cancer, you have the right to make the decisions that work best for you.

To help you to make those choices, Macmillan is supporting a website – My Cancer Treatment – that provides valuable information on treatment options near you.

Visit the My Cancer Treatment website.

How this information can help you

By using the ‘Find Your Treatment’ search tool you can easily search for information on NHS cancer services in England by postcode, hospital or the type of cancer you have.

For each service you can see detailed reports that explain the quality of the service provided by the hospital or cancer service.

This can provide you with the knowledge to make an informed decision about where you would like to be treated.

This information is brought to you by the National Peer Review Programme, hosted by NHS England.


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Staging

Staging describes how much leukaemia there is in your body. In the UK, the Binet system is used to stage CLL.

Treatment overview

The aim of treatment is to reduce the number of CLL cells as much as possible.

Treating CLL by stage

Stage A CLL often doesn’t need treatment. People with stage B or C CLL usually have chemotherapy and possibly targeted therapy.