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Myeloma UK
Support and Information for people affected by Myeloma

What we do

Registered as a charity in 1997, Myeloma UK is the only organisation in the UK focused on myeloma. We are helping myeloma patients live longer and with a better quality of life.


How? By accelerating the discovery and development and access to new treatments, while helping patients and their families cope with everything a diagnosis of myeloma brings.


Visit our website to find our more about Myeloma UK, what we do and how you can get involved. 

How we can help

No matter how you are affected by myeloma we are here to help.


We recognise myeloma patients and their families not only need medical treatment and care, they also need information and support.


Our range of programmes and services are comprehensive and designed specifically with people affected by myeloma in mind. We are here to help you cope with everything a myeloma diagnosis brings: 


Talk to someone

Speak to one of our trained Myeloma Information Specialists. They can answer your questions, provide a listening ear and talk through any concerns you might have. Find out more>


Meet others

Meet others who know about myeloma, in person or online. We have a range of services that can put you in touch with others in a similar situation, so you can share experiences and gain support. Find out more>



Our comprehensive range of information covers every aspect of myeloma. Watch videos; view or download information on myeloma; or order publications. Find out more >


Clinical trials

Keep informed about the latest treatments for myeloma. Find out what’s involved in participating in a clinical trial and which trials are operating in the UK, including those within our Clinical Trial Network. Find out more >


If you are a healthcare professional find out about our tailored programmes and services here.



Finding Us

Myeloma UK
Broughton House, 31 Dunedin Street