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A 67-year-old previously healthy man was referred from his primary care physician because of an abnormal CBC. Although he had noted gradually increasing fatigue over approximately six months, this had become noticeably worse and, for this reason, he went to the doctor. He had not experienced night sweats or weight loss and had no localizing symptoms.

Illustrative Case Series: CLL and Hemolytic Anemia