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Reducing Spleen Size When Treating Myelofibrosis

MF affects your bone marrow, but what does it have to do with the spleen?

Understanding Polycythemia Vera

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What Is Polycythemia Vera?

There are many cancers that are far more rare than breast or lung cancer, including the blood cancer polycythemia vera.
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Treating PV: What to Expect

Treatment for polycythemia vera aims to maintain normal red blood cell volumes. Get to know the different types.
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Risks of Untreated PV

The potential complications of polycythemia vera can be severe, and it helps to be aware of the risks.
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4 Things To Know About PV

Polycythemia vera is a progressive but often manageable type of blood cancer. Here are some facts about the condition.
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9 Symptoms of Polycythemia Vera

Signs of PV develop slowly over many years. If you experience any of these symptoms, it’s important to see your doctor.
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6 Complications of PV

Polycythemia vera is a serious disease on its own, but it can lead to an increased risk of certain health problems.

Understanding Myelofibrosis

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