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German CLL Study Group (GCLLSG)

Founded in 1996 and headed by Michael Hallek, MD, the GCLLSG has been running various phase III, phase II and phase I trials in chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) with the goal to provide optimal treatment to patients suffering from this disease. Among those were landmark trials like the CLL8 and the CLL11 trials which led to the current standard of care in CLL. For many years, GCLLSG has been aiming to improve not just the treatment of younger and physically fit patients, but also that of elderly and less fit patients. These patients are generally underrepresented in clinical trials although they constitute the majority of CLL patients treated by doctors in daily practice. The GCLLSG is an independent non-profit research organisation supported by the German Cancer Aid (Deutsche Krebshilfe) *


Period Start 1996-01-01 established
Products Industry clinical research
  Industry 2 oncology
Person Person Hallek, Michael
Region Region Germany
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    Address record changed: 2019-05-20
Basic data Employees n. a.
Record changed: 2019-05-20


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