Newly diagnosed


Living with myeloma

Symptoms and complications

Myeloma treatments

Clinical trials and novel treatments

AL amyloidosis

About Myeloma UK

Run for Myeloma UK


Understanding myeloma

Receiving a diagnosis of myeloma - Loraine Furness

Receiving a diagnosis

Newly diagnosed myeloma

Newly diagnosed myeloma - The patient's perspective

The role of Myeloma Nurse Specialists

About the Myeloma Infoline

The Origin of the Myeloma Cell

The role of carers

Caring for someone who has myeloma

How myeloma has affected my family, Dom Wood

An introduction to Patient and Family Myeloma Infodays

Relapsing myeloma

Living with myeloma

Support Group leader Rita Rumsey

Losing a loved one and finding support

Myeloma Bone Disease

Myeloma Kidney Disease

The Effect of Myeloma on the Bone Marrow

Pain and myeloma

Fatigue and myeloma

Managing fatigue

The kidney and dialysis - The patients perspective

The kidney and dialysis - The carers perspective

Peripheral neuropathy and myeloma

Oral Mucositis

High Dose Therapy and Autologous Stem Cell Transplantation

Subcutaneous Velcade

Treatment and treatment decisions

Undergoing treatment

Challenges in treatment and care

Recent developments in treatment

Future of treatment in myeloma

Maintenance and consolidation treatment

High-dose therapy and autologous stem cell transplantation

Transplantation and myeloma - The patients perspective

Recovering from a stem cell transplant

Balloon Kyphoplasty

My experience of back pain and balloon kyphoplasty

Introduction to balloon kyphoplasty

The balloon kyphoplasty procedure explained

The role of imaging (x-rays and scans) in myeloma

The role of stem cell transplantation in myeloma



Monoclonal antibodies

Future of treatment in myeloma

Novel treatments in myeloma

Recent developments in treatment

Drug development

Eric Low on ASH 2012

Highlights from the International Myeloma Workshop

The Myeloma UK Clinical Trial Network



Introduction to AL amyloidosis

Current treatment strategies for AL amyloidosis

Future developments for AL amyloidosis

Management of complications of AL amyloidosis and side-effects of treatment

Cardiac imaging in amyloidosis

Me and my amyloid: patient experience

Understanding AL amyloidosis

Treating AL amyloidosis

Dr Giampaolo Merlini talks to Myeloma UK

Ken Mantel - My AL amyloidosis

Steffi Callan - My AL amyloidosis

Myeloma UK - the story so far, Eric Low

The laboratory research funded by Myeloma UK

Working together in partnership

Introduction: History of the Marathon

Motivation: Getting Started

General Nutrition for Runners

Training Techniques

Injury Prevention

Race Day Nutrition Tips

Myeloma UK at the Edinburgh Marathon 2007

Retail Therapy Walk for Research, Bristol 2009

Myeloma UK at the Edinburgh Marathon 2009

NHS reforms and myeloma

Understanding myeloma
Description: Dr Graham Jackson, Consultant Haematologist and Senior Lecturer, Royal Victoria Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, answers questions to help patients, families and their carers understand more about myeloma. According to Myeloma UK, around 10 people are diagnosed with multiple myeloma in the UK every day. Myeloma is the second most common form of bone marrow cancer in the UK and is currently incurable, but treatable.