ABOUT VOICES OF MPN

People impacted by rare, chronic blood cancers like myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs) may often lack access to the resources they need. Voices of MPN is an education and awareness initiative developed by Incyte Corporation. It was created to build upon an idea originated by advocacy groups in the MPN community. These groups believe that raising the voices of those with MPNs such as polycythemia vera (PV), essential thrombocythemia (ET) and myelofibrosis (MF) will shine a light on these rare diseases and encourage unity, connection, and support for people affected by MPNs.

  • Through a variety of programs and resources, the Voices of MPN website links people to disease information, educational programs, and community activities while inviting them to share their stories and spread disease awareness. It also highlights the importance of understanding the unique journey of each person affected by an MPN. With an emphasis on self-awareness and empowerment, Voices of MPN encourages patients and caregivers to regularly evaluate their condition and to raise their voice via informed, empowered discussions with their Healthcare Professional(s).

Voices of MPN on Social Media

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