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Ask the Nurse

Drop our team of Myeloma Information Specialists an email and get answers to all your myeloma-related questions.

Our Myeloma Infoline Specialists are here to answer all your myeloma-related questions and provide emotional support and a listening ear.

Perfect for those who prefer typing to talking about myeloma, our Ask the Nurse email service is another strand of our Infoline service for anyone affected by myeloma or a related condition.

This service has been accredited by The Helplines Partnership since 2004. It’s important to remember that this service gives you general guidance and should not be considered as medical or clinical advice, or used as a substitute for personalised or specific advice from a qualified healthcare professional. This also applies to any legal or financial matters.

You can get in contact with the team by using the form below or emailing them directly on askthenurse@myeloma.org.uk

If you would like to give feedback about the Ask The Nurse email service, you can do so using this link.

For more information about confidentiality, data protection and safeguarding in relation to this service, please view our Privacy Policy.

Other ways to get support

There are many other ways to get support from our Myeloma Information Specialists and our community.

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