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.