ASU, The Mayo Clinic and University of TX are looking for MPN patients for a new study on non-pharmacologic strategies to reduce fatigue. Basically from what we can see on the sources that we have found, they plan to use a few different mobile apps and a FitBit along with Yoga in order to see if yoga and meditation can help with the fatigue associated with MPNs.
You can read more about the study at these three sources.
If you are interested in learning more about or joining this study, please contact us by phone (602-827-2314), email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit this link to complete eligibility survey: http://bit.ly/mpnpilotapp (case sensitive)
I just signed up to participate, if anything can possibly help I am all for trying it.
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