Myeloma is most common in patients over the age of 65, but it has also been diagnosed in people far younger. Robyn’s daughter Bronwyn was just six years old when she was diagnosed with myeloma. Following complications from a stem cell transplant, Bronwyn sadly passed away.
This Myeloma Awareness Week, Robyn wants to raise awareness of myeloma. She’s encouraging people to raise funds, to allow us to continue offering support services to myeloma patients and their families.
Our support services
We provide a range of support, services and advice to help patients and their loved ones cope with everything a myeloma diagnosis brings.
From our Myeloma Infoline where you can speak to our team of specialists and get practical and emotional support, to our nationwide Support Groups and Infoday events across the country – we’re here to support your physical and mental health.
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