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Hi, I'm Charlotte C.
I am 76 diagnosed with polycythemia vera with JAK2 10 mo ago…Taking Hydroxyurea to surpress my bone marrow from making to many mutant cells…working so far…I joined facebook polycythemia vera support group…A wonderful site with abundance of info..easy to join and much support….heard about it from this site…If I can be of any more support please let me know…..We all need it from ti…   Read more…

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Created Jan 26, 2014 in Melodee S B.'s resources · Like2
This is the most beneficial support site for people with ITP they have 4 medical advisers and good articles which are from legitimate sources. Many questions have been answered following looking at... more
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Created Jan 26, 2015 in Sharon D P.'s resources · Like3
Platelet Disorder Support Association is a non profit that provides information for ITP patients
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Updated Apr 13, 2014 in Marsha's resources ·
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