The Myeloma Infoline and Ask The Nurse services are fully staffed and are here to answer your questions and concerns and be a listening ear.
You can also visit our dedicated COVID-19 Information Hub for the latest information.
Since reports of the spread of the coronavirus began, our Myeloma Infoline and Ask the Nurse services have received a lot of inquiries about what this means for myeloma patients. Our Myeloma Information Specialists have pulled together a list of frequently asked questions to help you understand the current situation.
Booking is open for our Patient and Family Myeloma and AL Amyloidosis Infodays.
Myeloma UK has recently launched a pilot that extends the opening hours of the Myeloma Infoline service to include Saturdays from 10am to 1pm.
Myeloma UK and Macmillan have developed a factsheet with top tips to help GPs know when to suspect myeloma.
The Myeloma UK Patient Information team is celebrating winning Runner Up in the Well-being Award at the British Medical Association (BMA) Patient Information Awards 2019.
Myeloma UK is delighted to welcome two new trustees to its Board, who both bring a wealth of relevant experience.
Being diagnosed and living with myeloma can be overwhelming and bring a rollercoaster of emotions. At the point of diagnosis you may feel a wave of negative feelings, but many patients also feel relieved that they finally know what has been causing their symptoms.
If you have ever thought about making a Will but never quite got round to it, you are not alone – 60% of UK adults haven’t made a Will*.
We have today announced that Rosemarie Finley is moving on from her role as Chief Executive. Rosemarie has decided that dividing her time between Edinburgh, London and her home in Buckinghamshire is unsustainable, and although we respect her decision, we are sorry to see her go.