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See What You Can Do With The Updated MPN Tracker Tools

Voices of MPN

Author: Voices of MPN

The updated, improved MPN Tracker Tools are now available!

With a number of key enhancements, the updates in the MPN Tracker Tools were guided by insights from patients and Healthcare Professionals in the MPN community who were actively involved in the development process. The trackers are built to capture essential information specific to polycythemia vera (PV), essential thrombocythemia (ET), and myelofibrosis (MF).

The updated tracker tools help provide a streamlined way to monitor your myeloproliferative neoplasm (MPN) over time. Remember that tracking your MPN on a regular basis can help you identify changes in your health—important information that your Healthcare Professional needs to help manage your care.


An improvement for all trackers is the ability to monitor the impact your MPN symptoms may have on your daily activities—making it easier to share that information with your Healthcare Professional. With a fresh look and feel, the MPN Tracker Tools help deliver other meaningful improvements such as:

  • Simplified MPN symptom ranking through a mild/moderate/severe scale
  • Colorful visuals showing the impact and frequency of symptoms over time
  • Quicker access with an easy-to-read dashboard
  • Broader insights via a focus on how frequently tracked MPN symptoms affect activities
  • Intuitive navigation for tracking blood counts, updating symptoms, and noting healthcare appointments

For a better mobile experience, you can now track your symptoms directly from your phone using the downloadable MPN Tracker Tool App (available for iOS and Android). Simply download the app and log in with the same username and password you already have.

Download the MPN Tracker Tool App


As always, it’s important to understand how your MPN is affecting you, and how it is progressing over time. The enhanced MPN Tracker Tools can help you take an active role in your care, and be an advocate for your health, ensuring more informed conversations with your care team.




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