Hello there brothers and any sisters that may come across this thread. I have just been diagnosed with CLL (chronic lymphocytic leukemia). Pretty unexpected discovery. Prety shocking. Not sure how I feel right now. I’m just concerned for my wife and two young kids. I wanted to ask you all if anyone has ever had any repeated issues with high count of lymphocytes/white blood cells, especially when running AAS? I have had high count of lymphocytes since 2015, my primary doc was concerned and sent me to an oncologist/hematologist and I found out that I have non-aggressive CLL (chronic lymphocytic leukemia). I was also told that there is a 50 percent chance of this cancer to become aggressive and treatment will be needed. That percentage didn’t sound very appealing to me. According to the doctor and the tests he administered it is not genetic and that I developed it sometime in my life. Common sense tells me that genetic and acquired mutations can not be the result of biochemical changes in the body but then…can it be so? If yes, then I’m curious to find out that the substances we are putting in bodies have anything to do with this? Any input/feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you all in advance.