Are you planning to include information about T-cell LGL?

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Question:
I am waiting to hear if I have T-cell LGL, an often indolent rare leukemia.  Are you planning to include information on this at some time in the future? 

Answer from Dr. Leclair:
I think it is fair to say that the site is constantly being updated, so it is likely that this condition will be included. "When" is a different question. We tend to work on the those topics which have a lot of questions submitted or have undergone an important change in understanding (cause of disease), diagnosis (new test availability) or therapy (either medication or tests that monitor change).  As you have noted, T-cell LGL does not get a lot of attention because it is rather uncommon and tends to be indolent. 

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