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Help and support

Get the information and support you need, when you need it.

Get the help and support you need

We understand you need more than medical treatment and care. You need information and support too. We’ve created a range of programmes and services designed specifically with myeloma patients, and their friends and family, in mind. We are here to help you cope with everything a myeloma diagnosis brings.

Living with myeloma

We’re here to help you with the reality
of living with myeloma, from talking to
your friends and family, to looking after
your physical and mental health.

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Myeloma Infoline

Call our Myeloma Information Specialists for information about myeloma, practical advice and a little extra support.

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Ask the Nurse email

Prefer typing to talking about myeloma? Our team of Myeloma Information Specialists are also available by email.

Support Groups

Meet other patients, carers and family members at your local Myeloma Support Group for emotional support, friendship and the chance to share information and experiences.

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Peer Service

Find out more about our one-to-one support for people affected by myeloma and how you can talk to someone who understands.

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Stay in touch

We’d love to stay in touch. Join our mailing list to receive updates from Myeloma UK including our monthly newsletter and updates about our services, research, campaigns and other ways you can get involved.