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What Is The Prognosis For Myelofibrosis?

What Is The Prognosis For Myelofibrosis?

The highest category in IPSS has a median survival rate of 2.3 years and in the DIPSS it’s 1.5 years. Read on to know more.

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How To Cope With Myelofibrosis?

How To Cope With Myelofibrosis?

Help from family members, adjustments in the workplace, support groups, healthy lifestyle and recreational activities are some methods that can help you.

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Can Myelofibrosis Go Away On Its Own?

Can Myelofibrosis Go Away On Its Own?

No, primary myelofibrosis does not go away on its own. Read on to know more.

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Can Myelofibrosis Be Reversed?

Can Myelofibrosis Be Reversed?

There is no confirmed literature on JAK-1/2 inhibitors, hydroxyurea, and investigational drug imetelstat, whether these drugs actually reverse myelofibrosis.

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What Is The Best Treatment For Myelofibrosis?

What Is The Best Treatment For Myelofibrosis?

Allogeneic stem cell transplantation is the only curative treatment of myelofibrosis that improves the survival of higher risk patients.

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Stages Of Progression In Myelofibrosis

Stages Of Progression In Myelofibrosis

The progressive worsening of primary myelofibrosis is seen clinically as overt splenomegaly. Read on to know more.

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Alternative Treatment For Myelofibrosis

Alternative Treatment For Myelofibrosis

Splenectomy is also a possible alternative treatment for myelofibrosis. Read on to know more.

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What Happens If Myelofibrosis Goes Untreated?

What Happens If Myelofibrosis Goes Untreated?

Untreated Myelofibrosis may progress and lead to progressive signs and symptoms along with complications and early death.

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What Is The Life Expectancy Of A Person With Primary Myelofibrosis?

What Is The Life Expectancy Of A Person With Primary Myelofibrosis?

Primary myelofibrosis patients have reduced life expectancy in comparison to other myeloproliferative neoplasms such as polycythemia vera.

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Who Is At Risk For Myelofibrosis & What Are The Complications?

Who Is At Risk For Myelofibrosis & What Are The Complications?

Age is the primary risk factor for myelofibrosis. Risk increases in people who are above 50 years. Read on to know more.

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What Are The Different Types Of Myelofibrosis?

What Are The Different Types Of Myelofibrosis?

Classification of myelofibrosis is done on the basis of origin. Read on to know more.

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Is Myelofibrosis Curable & What Are The Treatment Options?

Is Myelofibrosis Curable & What Are The Treatment Options?

Stem cell transplantation is believed to the permanent cure of myelofibrosis if undergone successfully. Read on to know more.

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Is Myelofibrosis A Rare Disease?

Is Myelofibrosis A Rare Disease?

Both primary myelofibrosis and secondary myelofibrosis are considered to be a rare disease. Read on to know more.

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What Is Post Polycythemia Vera Myelofibrosis?

What Is Post Polycythemia Vera Myelofibrosis?

Post polycythemia vera myelofibrosis is a condition in which blood disorder develops due to polycythemia vera.

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Is Myelofibrosis An Autoimmune Disease?

Is Myelofibrosis An Autoimmune Disease?

Only a few cases of this disorder are associated with autoimmune disorders and are called autoimmune myelofibrosis.

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