I am someone with an MPD: essential thrombocythaemia, polycythaemia vera or myelofibrosis.
Everyone with an MPD shares some of the same concerns, hopes and anxieties. We each want the highest quality treatment, we want to live long and productive lives, and we want to feel well.
MPD lingo can feel like a foreign language, unfamiliar and confusing.
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You may feel frustrated with conventional medicines and want more options.
There are pros and cons to every treatment so it pays to know the facts.
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Caring for someone with an MPD comes with challenges of its own.
It can seem like everyone with an MPD is much older than you. But you're not alone.
You have an MPD and you feel great. What can you do to stay feeling that way?
We all want more effective treatments with fewer side effects - and most of all a cure.
Often the best person to talk with is someone who's been there.
Chronic illnesses like an MPD can bring stress, uncertainty and loss to our lives.