Three floors of meetings and endless halls. Escalators, elevators, nothing works like walking.
The Wall of Heroes with TV clips and MPN patient art
The full Fatigue Poster on display in Poster Hall. Click to expand.
And here’s Andrew Schorr, PatientPower’s guru-in-chief caught in the press room.
Remember Mary Ann Farley? She was the artist/musician featured in MPNforum in our Singles Series over a year ago. Pam Murphy (Incyte) who cherishes every last issue of the Forum, noticed her work, found her and purchased walls and walls of art. So the Hero Project worked after all.
And here’s Dr. Claire Harrison who stopped by to talk about some interesting papers. (We’re using Andrew Schorr’s lighting setup but our same old Sony Handycam.) Dr. Harrison, in the course of discussing clinical trial safety talks about ruxolitinib in the context of stem cell transplant.
And Dr. Ruben Mesa, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, touring the poster hall. The poster: CD 133 and LT HSC a a marker of PMF.
An appearance by momelitinib, CYT-387. Dose response.
Harvey and Ashley Gould. She got us to spit into cups and he got us to travel his long and winding road and here they are together outside the Cotton Exchange in New Orleans.
This is a first look at the MPN Research Foundation’s secret weapon used to search out hidden scientific breakthroughs. Look carefully and long and the amazing research tool will appear.
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