This link will download a free PDF with the NCCN guidelines for treating CML. Please note that this is the patient version, which is different than the professional version. You can also get a copy of the professional version from NCCN for free, but you have to register on their site. A lot of the material is the same with the professional one being more technical and this one being more focused on the patient's perspective. The treatment decision trees for the most part look the same.
One thing I did note is that while the guidelines look pretty good, I refer back to the professional version frequently, this version has some sections in it that appear to be pasted in from more general guidelines for living with cancer. In general that is not bad, but as we know our cancer is a little different. In my opinion there is a continuity issue when they explicitly talk about CML as a chronic disease and having to take medication for life and the importance of not missing doses, and then a page or two later break into the context of survivorship and how to move on with life once treatment is over. Perhaps someone should have looked at that more closely. Nonetheless, I do believe the NCCN guidelines are a valuable resource and I think anyone with CML should certainly read this. There is actually a ton of really useful information, including a glossary of terms and thorough explanations of the disease, testing, etc.
Hope everyone is feeling well today....