Patient Power Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

Expanding Research and Treatment Options for Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPNs) | Seattle, WA

What Could Recent Progress Mean for Patients?


Saturday, October 3rd
Seattle Cancer Care Alliance
Seattle, Washington


An audience of MPN patients and their caregivers joined us at a recent town meeting at Seattle Cancer Care Alliance to hear the latest treatment and research news, inspiring stories of people living well with MPNs, tips for effective communication with a healthcare team and more. 

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Patient Folder


An Endurance Athlete Shares Her Story of Living Well With PV

Angie Feser is an endurance athlete who was diagnosed with essential thrombocythemia (ET) and later polycythemia vera (PV) in the last year. She shares her story about seeking expert care for her PV, treatment with phlebotomy, and how she stays active and manages the mental challenge of dealing with a cancer diagnosis.




Guest Presenters

Director, Hematology and Hematologic Malignancies

Professor of Medicine and Pathology

Rush University Medical Center


Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

University of Washington School of Medicine

Clinical Oncology Social Worker

Patient Advocate

Patient Advocate


Host, Patient Power Co-Founder, Two-Time Cancer Survivor and Patient Advocate

Online Host, Patient Power Co-Founder, Caregiver and Patient Advocate

This event was brought to you by Patient Power and the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and was sponsored by the Incyte Corporation, Baxalta, Inc. and CTI BioPharma.



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