Myeloproliferative Disease

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04:15
MPN symptoms can be ver frustrating for MPN patients. At our recent MPN Forum in Chicago, Dr. Brady Stein from Northwestern Medicine and Dr. Alison Moliterno from Johns Hopkins Medicine discuss one of the most common MPN symptoms, itching. The experts share what they know about why itching occurs and some possible remedies. Get email alerts ...
by:patientpower | 126 views
05:49
When is it time to consider treatment? How and what symptoms do you communicate to your healthcare team? At our recent MPN Forum in Chicago, Dr. Alison Moliterno, Dr. Brady Stein and Nurse Clinician, Amy Brich, address the questions surrounding treatment considerations. The experts explore the sympt...
by:patientpower | 122 views
01:55
Patients with cancer undergoing chemotherapy and radiation may be at risk for Oral Mucositis, a condition characterized by redness, inflammation and ulcer like sores throughout the mouth and throat. Oral Mucositis can be extremely painful and may also lead to infection. The following tips can be hel...
by:DARABioSciences | 992 views
04:32
Is age a factor when choosing an MPN treatment? Dr. Alison Moliterno from Johns Hopkins Medicine and Dr. Brady Stein from Northwestern Medicine explain the role that age plays in the progression and treatment of myeloproliferat​ive neoplasms (MPNs). Dr. Stein elaborates on how the vascular system is ...
by:patientpower | 573 views
08:20
A few months ago at the age of 71, Margo Sorgman was diagnosed with an MPN, polycythemia vera (PV). She shares her story of learning about the condition, meeting with Dr. Brady Stein, and how she’s doing today. Margo talks about why it’s important to “not sweat the small stuff” and why she’s hopeful about the future. Get email alerts | http...
by:patientpower | 172 views
09:49
When is it appropriate for an MPN patient to consider a clinical trial? MPN expert Dr. Brady Stein from Northwestern Medicine discusses how the latest studies of interferon are affecting MPN treatment and describes the pros and cons of participating in a clinical trial. Dr. Alison Moliterno from Johns Hopkins Medicine then weighs in on patients tha...
by:patientpower | 147 views
06:17
Over 17 years ago, Diana Riley was diagnosed with an MPN. Originally misdiagnosed with essential thrombocythemia (ET), after changing doctors she was properly diagnosed with myelofibrosis (MF). Diana has been living well under the care of great doctors, most recently from Dr. Brady Stein, an MPN specialist, from Northwestern Medicine. Diana shares ...
by:patientpower | 210 views
03:24
Are you born with a myeloproliferat​ive neoplasm (MPN)? Could you have prevented the disease? An MPN expert, Dr. Alison Moliterno from Johns Hopkins Medicine, explains what doctors know about why MPNs occur, risks for contracting an MPN, and whether the disease may be hereditary or related to genetics. Get email alerts | http://www.p......
by:patientpower | 523 views
06:05
An MPN expert from Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Dr. Allison Moliterno, describes the genetics and epigenetics of myeloproliferat​ive neoplasms (MPNS). She discusses how new research is changing the landscape of treatment for MPNs, what she’s excited about in research, and why it’s critical to...
by:patientpower | 131 views
06:09
A leading MPN researcher at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, Dr. Brady Stein, shares his perspective regarding the latest MPN research, specifically JAK inhibitors. Dr. Stein describes how new research is benefitting patients as well as the pros and cons of participating in a c...
by:patientpower | 414 views

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