- What is myeloma?
- I am newly diagnosed
- Someone I know has myeloma
- Symptoms and complications
- How is myeloma treated?
- I am living with myeloma
- Clinical trials and novel drugs
- Related conditions
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Facts and figures
- Myeloma TV
- Myeloma Matters
Talking to someone who knows about myeloma can make a big difference. It is very easy for patients and family members to feel isolated and strong emotions often make it difficult to discuss worries or fears. We have a range of services to give you the emotional support you need.
Speak to one of our trained Myeloma Information Specialists. They can answer your questions, provide a listening ear and talk through any concerns you might have. Find out more
Myeloma Support Groups
With over 50 Groups across the UK, meet other patients, carers and family members who live in your area. Share experiences in an informal and supportive setting. Find out more
Communicate with others through our online forum. Share as much or as little as you like, chat about day-to-day challenges and learn more about myeloma. Find out more
Patient and Family Myeloma Infodays
Daytime events that allow you to hear about the latest treatments and research direct from the experts. You will also meet others affected by myeloma. Find out more