FREE LIVE WEBINAR EVENTS
Welcome! Voices of MPN events are educational events that are specifically designed to help people living with myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPNs), their caregivers, and loved ones take a closer look at their condition. It is your chance to ask questions, connect with others with your condition, and get support.
The event will last for approximately 2 hours including time afterward for an optional small group conversation.
If you’re not close to an in-person event or would prefer to learn more from the comfort of your home, consider attending a live webinar. These webinars are free to attend and provide the same education and resources as a local event.
During this live webinar, you will be able to:
LEARN about MPNs and how to actively manage your condition with help from your healthcare team and your loved ones
DISCOVER tips and resources for helping to manage your condition, including the Voices of MPN Mobile Tracker app to help track your symptoms and communicate them to your providers
ASK questions in real time using the live chat feature
CONNECT with other people living with MPNs during an optional small group session
What Are MPNs?
Myeloproliferative neoplasms, or MPNs, are a group of rare blood cancers in which the body produces too many or too few mature blood cells. These diseases include:
The presenter at this event will not provide medical advice. Your healthcare provider is the best source of information about your health.
Upcoming Live Webinars
Due to the ongoing pandemic, only virtual options are available. We hope to resume live programs in 2023, so check back in the future.
How does the webinar work?
We will email you a link to the webinar once you register and send another in a reminder email. You can visit the website the link takes you to any time before the webinar to add the event to your calendar, see a brief summary of the webinar, or read the FAQs.
Fifteen minutes before the webinar is scheduled to start, click the link and the webinar site will open. No plug-ins or downloads are needed.