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Hi, I'm Susan B
I was diagnosed with ET in 2017 after my having labs done with my PCP and he sent me to a hematologist. I then had a bone marrow biopsy which showed I have the JAK2 gene mutation. I was on Aspirin 81mg until March when I started HU at 65 yo. The dose has been adjusted several times since then. I feel tired all of the time, but seems to be the only side effect at this time. It is in some wa…   Read more…

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