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MPN Voice Living with MPNs Day 2015 – TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE

Saturday 14th November 2015, 8.45 am – 5 pm

Brunei Gallery, School of Oriental & African Studies, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London, WC1H 0XG

The 3rd Living with MPNs Day is not yet fully booked, we still have places available if you would like to come along.

This will be the 3rd Living with MPNs Day that MPN Voice has hosted, you are welcome to bring your family and friends with you, there is a fee of £10 per person. To register for this event please follow this link hartleytaylor-registration.... you will be redirected to the Hartley Taylor (the event organizers) online registration form. If you prefer to register by post and pay by cheque you can download a registration form here you will need one form per person. Or you can register by telephone 01565-621967.

Please note that you cannot register for this event via MPN Voice.

Refreshments, lunch and afternoon tea will be served during the day.

This is your chance to hear the latest news on trials and treatments from leading experts in the field of MPNs. The discussion groups for each MPN will offer you an opportunity to talk to other people about your MPN, and the family group will give your family and friends an opportunity to talk about how your MPN affects them, as we recognize that it is not just the patient who needs advice and support.

Programme – the programme is available here as you will see, we will be having presentations from leading MPN specialists.

Live streaming and video

We hope to be able to stream, live, all of the talks during the day and to then have a video available afterwards on the MPN Voice and Patient Power websites, we are currently discussing this with Patient Power who we partnered with to stream and film the forum held in London in July, we will bring you more news of this once we have it.

1 Reply

Thank you Maz, I have already registered . Looking forward to the day and meeting up with fellow MPN 'ers.

See you then

Regards Sandy.


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