We are the only organisation in the UK which deals exclusively with myeloma. Discover more about us and how we work.
For 25 years Myeloma UK has been working to make myeloma history.
Myeloma UK is determined that no-one goes through myeloma alone. We are here to provide information and support to anyone affected by the incurable blood cancer, myeloma. Patients, families, friends, and carers can all draw on our information centre, support groups, discussion forums and Infoline for support when they need it.
We invest in research that helps us understand how myeloma develops and progresses, and we do this to help everyone working in myeloma better understand and meet the needs of myeloma patients and help deliver change.
We do this because we want to see a better tomorrow for patients. We represent the voices of people affected by myeloma to government, the NHS and the wider healthcare sector to improve access to the latest treatments, remove barriers to prompt diagnosis, and improve the design and delivery of care.
Almost all of our funding comes from public donations and gifts in wills. We don’t receive government or NHS funding. Your support makes all the difference.
Transforming lives together
Since 1997, our supporters have helped transform the lives of the myeloma community.
Learn more about how Myeloma UK is changing the lives of the myeloma community.
Learn more about our strategy and how we’re working to give every patient an empowered present and hopeful future
Find out the latest news from Myeloma UK and the wider myeloma community.
Myeloma UK has a dedicated team of staff committed to improving the lives of people with myeloma.
Our board and president
Myeloma UK is governed by a Board of Trustees who have a wealth of experience in finance, business, and medicine
Our values are the principles that help guide us as an organisation and define the relationship with our stakeholders.
Our annual reviews and reports bring to life the impact of our work for everyone affected by myeloma.
About our information
Our patient information is certified under the PIF TICK scheme showing we are committed to producing high quality and trustworthy information.
Work with us
We are committed to bringing together the best and brightest people to help us ensure that every patient has an empowered present and a hopeful future.
If that sounds like you, have a look at our current vacancies.
Are you a journalist?
Let’s work together to tell the story of myeloma. Find our key spokespeople and key statistics and facts about myeloma on our Press page.
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