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MF is one of a group of rare, chronic blood cancers
known as myeloproliferative neoplasms, or MPNs.
People with MF have a defect in their bone marrow
that results in an abnormal production of blood cells,
causing scar tissue to form. When the bone marrow
cannot make enough normal blood cells, the spleen
begins to make them. This can cause the spleen to
grow larger. An enlarged spleen is a common finding
in MF. David’s discovery of his own enlarged spleen
drove him to talk to his Healthcare Professional—and
ultimately led to his MF diagnosis.
Because MF is a progressive condition, it may worsen
over time. That’s why tracking this condition and its
symptoms on a regular basis and talking with your
Healthcare Professional are both so important.
I was also struggling with the fatigue.
There’s itching that goes with it (pruritus),
and that’s a very unpleasant thing.”
Hear David’s full story at VoicesOfMPN.com/DavidD.
KEEPING TRACK OF YOUR
MF STATE OF MINE
Monitoring your MF State of Mine—or where you
are on your journey with MF—may help you recognize
any changes in your condition. By keeping track of
symptoms, blood counts, and medical procedures,
you may begin to spot changes or trends in your
health that warrant discussion with your Healthcare
Professional. This information not only helps you
better understand your disease status—but also
empowers you to take a more active role in your
care and have the right conversations with your
Register now to receive helpful
educational resources and tracking
tools at StateofMFInfo.com