The CML Advocates Network is both a virtual network and internet platform for patient organisations supporting patients and relatives affected by Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML). Launched in 2007 with 4 founding member groups, it has now grown to more than 50 leukaemia patient groups in more than 40 countries on all continents, offering support by sharing of best practice, information and advice for CML patient representatives. To do this, the CML Advocates Network offers a website providing information about pediatric CML and patient groups supporting young and adolescent patients with CML as well as their families. See the "Junior CML Advocates Network website" here.
The CML Advocates Network cooperates very closely with the iCMLf to improve the pediatric CML patient community.