Myeloma is a type of cancer that starts in the bone marrow.
The possible symptoms of myeloma and when to see a doctor.
The type of myeloma you have tells you the type of cell that the cancer started in. Knowing this helps your doctor decide which treatment you need.
Here you'll find information on stages and the treatment options for myeloma.
Find out the risk factors for myeloma.
Read about surival statistics for myeloma, and what affects your survival.
How to get the most out of seeing your GP, what tests you might have, when you should see a specialist and screening.
The main treatments for myeloma include chemotherapy, steroids and biological therapy.
Find out about practical and emotional support for you and our family.
Information on the very latest research and clinical trials.
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