Due to the unprecedented demand on our Infoline and Ask The Nurse services, we have added additional staff to support you.
Please continue to contact us and visit our dedicated COVID-19 Information Hub for the latest information on how measures may apply to you.
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COVID-19 information hub

COVID-19 and Myeloma UK

As the UK Government continues to roll out its plan to manage the COVID-19 outbreak, everyone at Myeloma UK understands the significant additional stress and worry that patients, carers and family members may be experiencing. We want to reassure you that we are committed to supporting you through this difficult time.

We recognise that you have concerns and we are closely following expert government and NHS advice in order to evaluate any risk to staff, patients and supporters. We are prepared for this challenging situation and comprehensive systems are in place to provide Myeloma UK service continuity and manage the potential impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Myeloma UK is committed to supporting our patients, their families and carers through this difficult time by making sure everyone can access the latest information and receive advice.

Myeloma UK is also in touch with leading myeloma clinicians across the UK to make sure that we are fully informed about the developing situation and kept up to speed on any pressures the health service may be experiencing.

We will keep this page updated with the latest guidance and advice.

Latest updates

  • Latest COVID-19 news updates
    A rolling summary of posts which provide advice and keep you updated on the latest government and NHS guidance on COVID-19

Guidance for patients

Guidance for carers

General COVID-19 guidance

Myeloma UK updates

  • Fundraising during COVID-19
    The COVID-19 outbreak is causing disruptions to many fundraising events and activities. To help you understand how you can continue to support us over the coming months, we have pulled together a summary of the current advice and what it means in practice for your fundraising efforts.
    Updated 31/03/20
  • Myeloma UK Infodays Update
    Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we have decided to cancel the upcoming Infodays for Kent (4 April), Manchester (1,2 May),  Newcastle (16 May) and Glasgow (6 June)
    Updated: 17/03/20

Help & Support: Speak to one of our trained and qualifed Myeloma Information Specialists or email us