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Thursday, September 9, 2021

Answers Now: Managing MPN Symptom Burden

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Online Webinar

Overview

Join us on Thursday, September 9th, at 11:30 am PDT/2:30 pm EDT for an in-depth conversation about symptom burden. In this live Answers Now program, host and MPN patient advocate Ruth Fein will meet with Physician Assistant and Senior Instructor at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Lindsey Lyle, MS, PA-C. Tune in to learn about communication techniques that can create a better patient experience, the use of new technologies to alleviate symptom burden, and physical symptoms such as thrombosis.

Support for this series has been provided by AbbVie, Inc. Patient Power maintains complete editorial control and is solely responsible for program content.

Hosts and Guests

Ruth Fein

Host

Ruth Fein

MPN Patient Advocate

Lindsey  Lyle, MS, PA-C

Guest

Lindsey Lyle MS, PA-C

Physician Assistant and Senior Instructor, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

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