How Prevalent are MPNs?

MPN Clinical Trial Highlights for Summer 2015

If you have MF, PV or ET but don’t need medication now, you may think that clinical trials don’t matter to you. But that could change, at which point you may want to review your options. Thankfully, over the past years the interest in developing treatments for people living with these rare, chronic blood cancers has exploded. Here are some clinical trials we’re keeping our eye on: [...]

CONTINUE READING

MPNs Made News at ASCO This Year

The American Society of Clinical Oncology has its big meeting each year in Chicago in early June. In the past solid tumor cancers have received the most attention, saving blood cancer announcements for the American Society of Hematology meeting where the focus is more narrow. This year, however, was different, with big news coming from Baxter/CTIBiopharma on their Pacritinib data. Dr. Ruben Mesa presented at a press conference on progress for this drug, which is intended for people with myelofibrosis who have low platelet counts. [...]

CONTINUE READING

Introducing the MPN Foundation's Official Blog

The MPD Foundation is a decade old this year. We are currently waiting for proposals to arrive for the 2011 grant cycle and are looking forward to continuing to hold patient-education symposia, the first of which was held in May 2010. We continue to distribute MPD brochures to doctors and patients around the world and keep up to date with scientific discoveries pertinent to MPDs. [...]

CONTINUE READING

About the Blog

Check back regularly for updates about what’s happening in the MPN community, from advocacy to research..

x

NEVER MISS AN UPDATE

Get free, timely information on living with an MPN.

Subscribe