Is There Anything I Can Do to Prevent or Slow Progression of My MPN?

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Patient Power community member Julie writes, “Is there anything that patients can do to prevent or slow MPN progression?” Dr. Abdulhareem Yacoub, an MPN expert from the University of Kansas Medical Center, responds with a discussion of the latest research on prevention and progression as well as treatment methods available today.

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