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Is there a cure for chronic myeloproliferative disorders?

There is no cure for chronic myeloproliferative disorders. Treatment, however, is successful at relieving symptoms and preventing the serious complications related to this group of blood disorders. Many people live for several years after being diagnosed with a chronic myeloproliferative disorder.

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