Making a Meaningful MPN connection: Matt and Josh
When you’re living with or affected by one of the rare, chronic blood cancers known as myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs), it’s not always easy to find someone who knows what you’re going through. Connecting with an MPN peer is an ideal way to remember that you are part of a greater community—and are not alone.
See how connecting one-on-one with an MPN peer made a meaningful difference for Matt and Josh, 2 people living with polycythemia vera (PV). Watch what happens when they meet for the first time through CHAMPN Connections—a peer-to-peer program designed to connect members of the MPN community.