New MPN Quarterly Journal Launched by MPN Forum

Recently the MPN Forum launched a new quarterly journal focused on scientific medical advances. The idea behind the MPN Forum Quarterly Journal (MQJ) is to provide hematologists and scientists a professional forum to talk with other physicians and interested patients in plain English about diagnosis and treatment of myeloproliferative neoplasms.

The first issue features a roundtable discussion by MPNclinic doctors on "How I diagnose MPNs". Participants include Drs. Richard Silver, Ruben Mesa, Hans Hasselbach, Jason Gotlib, Ross Levine and Srdan Verstovsek as well as a retrospective on PV and Damanshek by Dr. J.J. Michaelis. 

The MPN Forum Quarterly Journal was created to serve family practice physicians, internists, clinicians, healthcare providers and the MPN patients and caregivers who want to explore myeloproliferative neoplasm etiology, diagnosis and therapeutic intervention. 

MQJ is produced and distributed by MPN Forum Magazine,

Author: Michelle Woehrle

Michelle Woehrle joined the MPN Research Foundation in 2007 after being inspired by their mission to fund research that will improve the lives of people living with the rare blood cancers PV, ET and MF. In 2015 she was promoted to Executive Director. She has assisted with the expansion of the grants program, grassroots initiatives to connect with more patients internationally and optimize operations for the Foundation.

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