Persistent leukocytosis in polycythemia vera is associated with disease evolution but not thrombosis

Lukas Ronner, Nikolai Podoltsev, Jason Gotlib, Mark L. Heaney, Andrew T. Kuykendall, Casey O'Connell, Jamile Shammo, Angela G. Fleischman, Robyn M. Scherber, Ruben Mesa, Abdulraheem Yacoub, Cecelia Perkins, Shelby Meckstroth, Lindsey Behlman, Matthew Chiaramonte, Mahta Salehi, Kimia Ziadkhanpour, Hellen Nguyen, Olivia Siwoski, Annie Kwok HungMichelle Janania Martinez, Jenny Nguyen, Sagar Patel, Revathi Kollipara, Ami Dave, Megan Randall, Michael Grant, Mitchell Harrison, Paola Fernandez Soto, Douglas Tremblay, Ronald Hoffman, Erin Moshier, John Mascarenhas

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