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  • MPN Updates by Dr. Ruben Mesa

    We’re pleased to share the following presentation on the outlook of MPNs by Dr. Ruben Mesa, executive director, at UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson Cancer Center. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvm5mTcSCfQ

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    We Asked, You Answered: Part One 

    In our August Digest, we asked readers what was one thing they wished their clinician had told them at the start of their MPN journey. We appreciate each person who wrote in to share their perspectives, some of which are below. Two themes that were raised by multiple respondents were the importance of seeing an… Read More »We Asked, You Answered: Part One 

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    7th Women & MPN Conference Recap

    On Friday, September 24, MPN Advocacy and Education International, led by our good friend Ann Brazeau, held its 7th Annual Women in MPN Conference. While we all are eager for the days when we can see each other in person again and benefit from a shared experience, the conference was no less impactful in elevating… Read More »7th Women & MPN Conference Recap

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    We’re Hiring!

    Senior Manager/Associate Director of Research Programs MPN Research Foundation seeks an innovative, pragmatic, and collaborative Senior Manager or Associate Director (depending on experience) to manage our portfolio of research programs. The Foundation has a 20+year track record of impact on advancing disease knowledge and has influenced the evolving landscape of these rare blood cancers that… Read More »We’re Hiring!

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    MPN Awareness Day 2021

    Save the Date: Women & MPN

    Save the date for the 7th Annual Women & MPN conference, hosted in person in Washington, D.C. on September 24th, 2021 from 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM EST. MPN Research Foundation Executive Director Kapila Viges will be there to participate along with this impressive line-up of speakers:  Dr. Ruben Mesa, UT Health San Antonio  Dr. Ellen Ritchie, Weill Cornell Med  Dr. Michele Couri, University of Illinois  Dr. Laura… Read More »Save the Date: Women & MPN

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    Recordings Available from Texas Virtual MPN Workshop

    The recent Texas Virtual MPN Workshop: Second Annual Workshop and Meeting featured 30 speakers, including several whose research we funded, with participants from 77 countries. The presentations and panel discussions focused heavily on new and emerging clinical science on topics ranging from the very earliest stages of disease, including genetic predisposition to MPN, to strategies… Read More »Recordings Available from Texas Virtual MPN Workshop

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    NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE

    Click HERE to get the most recent edition of the MPN Update newsletter! 2022 Fall  |  Summer  |  Spring 2021 Fall  |  Summer  |  Spring 2020 Fall  |  Summer  |  Spring 2019 Fall  |  Spring 2018 Fall  |  Spring 2017 Fall  |  Spring 2016 Fall  |  Spring 2015 Fall  |  Spring 2014 Fall  |  Spring 2013 Fall  |  Spring 2012 Fall  |  Spring 2011 Fall  |  Spring 2010 Fall  |  Spring 2009 Fall  |  Spring 2008 Fall  |  Spring 2007 Fall  |  Spring 2006 Fall  |  Spring 2005 Summer  |  Spring 2004 Fall  |  Summer … Read More »NEWSLETTER ARCHIVE

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    Help Advance Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPN) Research from Home and Earn $100

    The MPN Research Foundation is reaching out to the MPN patient community to raise awareness about an opportunity for patients 18 years of age or older with Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPN). Patients who qualify can support research by providing a one-time blood donation from home. The blood sample will be collected by a mobile medical professional… Read More »Help Advance Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPN) Research from Home and Earn $100

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    ASCO RELEASES VIDEOS OF EXPERTS DISCUSSING MPDS

    December 2010 The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) recently released three videos of renowned MPD specialists discussing various topics related to MPDs. Drs. Ayalew Tefferi, William Vainchencker and James Vardiman contributed to the series. Click here to view videos

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