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    how long can a person with polycythemia vera be expected to live with medical care

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    Polycythemia vera — also called primary polycythemia — is rare and usually develops slowly. You may have it for years without noticing signs or symptoms. Often, polycythemia vera is found during a blood test done for some other reason.

    Without treatment, polycythemia vera can be life-threatening. However, with proper medical care, many people experience few problems related to this disease.


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