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JAK2 negative...now what?
@trillium, yes I would call the appointment line in Phoenix again and explain the situation regarding following up.
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Thank you, Colleen. I did call the appointment line again and they connected me to the correct person in Hematology. I'm just waiting for her to call me now. Fingers perpetually crossed….
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