These meetings are for adults living with polycythemia vera (PV) and myelofibrosis (MF), as well as their friends and personal support team. Each meeting will review information about Jakafi® (ruxolitinib) as a possible treatment option. They are not designed for those living with Acute Graft-Versus-Host Disease (aGVHD).
The presenters at these meetings will not provide medical advice. Your healthcare professional is the best source of information about your condition.
Local meetings are held in person at a local hotel or meeting space. You will have the opportunity to meet and speak with other adults living with PV and MF and an Oncology Clinical Nurse Educator (OCNE).
Online meetings are offered for those who are unable to attend a local meeting. They are an easy way to experience a meeting from the comfort of your home. The same experienced OCNEs who present at the local meetings present the online meetings.
Your confirmation email will include a link to your online meeting. Two days before the meeting, you will receive the link again in a reminder email. You can use the link any time before the online meeting to add it to your calendar or see a brief summary of the meeting.
You can access the online meeting from any of your desktop, tablet, or mobile devices. To determine if your digital device can run the meeting, access the online venue (using the link provided in your confirmation email) from any of your desktop, tablet, or mobile devices. The meeting is compatible with most internet browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, and Edge. You can test your device by clicking the button below:
Fifteen minutes before the online meeting is scheduled to begin, join by following the link in one of your emails. No plug-ins. No downloads.
Once you start the online meeting, you can
- Watch the live presentation
- Learn more about Jakafi as a possible treatment option
- Ask the Oncology Clinical Nurse Educator questions through the integrated chat feature
The speaker will not provide medical advice. Your healthcare professional is the best source of information about your health.