Awareness & Campaigns
Talented young artist Molly from Ealing, London has designed this year’s Christmas e-card for supporters who are donating to Myeloma UK instead of giving Christmas cards or presents. The artistic seven-year-old supports Myeloma UK in memory of her grandmother who passed away from myeloma in 2011.
The Myeloma Early Diagnosis Working Group held their final meeting of the year earlier this month in London. The Group was established in late 2016 and consists of a panel of leading haematologists, primary healthcare professionals (such as GPs) and researchers.
Myeloma patients in the UK are being invited to take part in a study that is testing a new questionnaire which aims to support patients and their clinicians in discussing, addressing and better recording quality of life issues that matter patients.
Annette Christian from the Isle of Man took part in Coffee Morning Month last year and raised over £5,000. She tells us why she took part in Myeloma UK’s Coffee Morning Month and what tips and tricks she used to make her event a big success.
Hotel owner and art enthusiast Susie Suter, 48, from Crickhowell in South Wales was diagnosed back in August 2013. Susie originally thought that her pains were sports injuries but after several months of visiting her GP and taking painkillers, she was eventually diagnosed with myeloma.
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and throughout the month we are raising awareness of myeloma, its signs and symptoms by sharing patient stories.
National blood cancer charity, the Basil Skyers Myeloma Foundation, has published a new report which looks at diversity in myeloma […]
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and throughout the month we are raising awareness of myeloma, and its signs and […]
September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month, and throughout the month we are raising awareness of myeloma, its signs and symptoms […]
Patient and Myeloma UK regular donor Nick Argent explains why he’s backing our new Direct Debit campaign.