[ Anglais] MPN Research: It Takes a Village to Make a Difference

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What has MPN research gained from widespread attention to this relatively rare group of diseases? Dr. Ruben Mesa, a leading researcher, discusses the shift in focus over the last several decades, and why he is "tremendously hopeful" about recent efforts. Dr. Mesa explains that because MPN research could serve as a proving ground for other cancers, people with MPNs will benefit from their time in the spotlight.

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