Upcoming Patient Event
Registration is now open for an MPN Patient & Caregiver Event in Tampa, Florida! Held by  MPN Advocacy and Education International , the event will take place on Thursday, February 7th from 7:30am - 2:00pm EST. Speakers for the event include Dr. Naveen Pemmaraju of MD Anderson Cancer Center, Dr. Andrew Kuykendall of the Moffitt Cancer Center and Dr. Kristen Pettit of the University of Michigan.

Don't miss an opportunity to connect one on one with MPN patients and caregivers in your community while learning about the latest in MPN news!
Participate in Research
Drug CPI-0610
Company:  Constellation Pharmaceuticals

Study name : A Phase 2 Study of CPI-0610 With and Without Ruxolitinib in Patients With Myelofibrosis

Enrolling : Myelofibrosis patients with a DIPPSS risk category of intermediate-1 or higher.

To learn more click  here .
Drug Luspatercept 
Company:  Acceleron

Study name A Study to Evaluate Luspatercept in Subjects With Myelofibrosis Who Have Anemia With and Without Red Blood Cell-transfusion Dependence

Enrolling Myelofibrosis patients who are older than 18 years of age and suffer from anemia.

To learn more click  here .
The Latest in Research
Click the link below to read a recently published paper in Blood Cancer Journal about CALR Mutations.
myMPN: A Tool for People with PV, ET & MF
Andrew, a firefighter with ET, shares why he's enthusiastic about the MPN Research Foundation's online patient registry, myMPN .

"The beauty of myMPN is the ability of each patient to set the privacy settings that they're comfortable with yet still allow all patients to come forward and share the data that the doctors and researchers need in order to move forward as we look for a cure."
Participation in the registry is currently limited to those inside the U.S. and over the age of 18 but further expansion is on the horizon. myMPN is not yet mobile-friendly so please use a laptop or desktop to access your myMPN account. 
New Year, New Possibilities
This time of year always feels full of possibility. With almost a whole year of fundraising ahead of us, the opportunities seem endless. We are excited to award a new round of grants to MPN researchers in the coming months and to continue funding other important initiatives like myMPN, our quickly growing patient registry. We hope you get in on the ground floor this year by pledging your support to the MPN Research Foundation, now.

With so much time left in the calendar year, think about splitting your gift up over the next 12 months. This is a great time to set up a monthly contribution and $5, $10, or $25 per month might not seem like a lot but it quickly adds up! If you are interested in signing up for monthly giving, simply click the “monthly” option on our donation page. If you have any questions about making a gift or setting up a monthly payment, contact Ellen Bouleanu, Associate Director of Major Gifts, at ebouleanu@mpnrf.org . Thank you for your support!