Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPNs): What Are the Demographics?

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Dr. Ruben Mesa explores the different faces of MPNs and divides the diseases into various stages. He discusses specific side effects, such as an enlarged spleen, fatigue and anemia, that plague many MPN patients. Learn more about the statistics and complexities of a diagnosis and why one MPN diagnosis may not tell the full story.

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