PV Reporter Gaining Recognition in the MPN World
by David Wallace
As you peruse this article, please keep in mind the publisher is not a “publicity-hound”, but getting recognized by the leading MPN publication is an occasion to celebrate! Three months running and PV Reporter has drawn several thousand readers with many new visitors flocking in daily to read the latest MPN news from around the world.
Thank you Zhen Senyak for recognizing my tireless efforts in launching this new initiative. It has been a “labor of love”, but not without it’s challenges and more than a few sleepless nights.
Why another MPN Publication?
The MPN patient population is growing at a rapid pace and new resources are needed to educate patients and caregivers. One of my goals in creating PV Reporter was developing an easy to navigate website, integrating leading edge technology, while also reporting MPN news and writing thought provoking articles along the way.
Over the last few months, I have made notable observations, some that I will publish over the course of 2014. While I did not expect this to be an on-going project initially, I feel compelled to share my own perspective and hopefully benefit fellow patients. If you would like to stay abreast of the latest with PV Reporter, be sure to sign up for the newsletter.
An Abundance of MPN Resources at your fingertips
PV Reporter has been optimized to use the latest technology to automatically serve readers the latest news, research reports, clinical trials and presentations.
- A “state-of-the-art” custom search engine pulls research data and articles from the best reference sources in the MPN World.
- The News Feed pulls in the latest articles from MPNforum, MPN Research Foundation, MPN Advocacy & Education and more.
- Very thorough MPN Resources page.
- A highly informative Blog page that includes every article ever published on the site.
- Articles, E-Patients, Videos and a newly developed slideshow to highlight Featured Articles.
The Top 5 Posts since the Ribbon Cutting
- Well You Don’t Look Sick
- Jason Rappaport’s Polycythemia Vera Story
- Bone & Joint Pain in MPN Patients Explained
- MPN Clinical Trials Moving Forward
- Emerging Drugs for Polycythemia Vera