Amalia Navon, 66, talks openly and with admirable optimism about dealing with the CLL leukemia she suffers from.






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Thousands of CLL patients live in Israel. About 500 more are diagnosed each year. This is the most common leukemia disease in Israel and the Western world And today she has solutions that make it possible to take medication in pills and get rid of the need for chemotherapy, and thus live a quality of life despite the disease.

Amalia Navon, 66, from Rishon Lezion, a pension teacher, mother of three and grandmother of five, talks about the moment she was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, CLL, and the various treatment options that help her cope with the disease.

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