REAL PATIENTS WITH REAL JOURNEYS

As patients continue their treatment journey, it’s important for them to remember that they are not alone. There are others who are on similar paths. myJourney stories share real-life experiences to provide patients with insights into the lives of people with PAH (WHO Group 1) or inoperable or persistent/recurrent CTEPH (WHO Group 4).

CTEPH=chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension; PAH=pulmonary arterial hypertension; WHO=World Health Organization

Your patients with PAH may appreciate this video about Lauren. Or, you may wish to send these patients a PDF of her story. Lauren was diagnosed at 21 years of age, and has found ways to understand her diagnosis and adjust her lifestyle.

terri
Terri
PAH

For your patients with PAH, consider sharing the story of Terri, a real patient. Her journey chronicles her struggle with diagnosis, the limitations of everyday living and finding the right treatment, and also highlights the challenges she gives herself every day.

Marsha
Marsha
CTEPH

For your patients with CTEPH, Marsha’s story may be of interest. She is a single mother with 3 children who was diagnosed with CTEPH. Marsha explains her experience with pulmonary embolisms and her eventual CTEPH diagnosis and treatment.

Enrolment story

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