Multiple myeloma is a type of cancer of the blood that affects the bone marrow. It is a relatively common disease as it represents 10–15% of all haematological cancers. Although it is generally considered an incurable disease, it is an area that has seen a lot of new medicines developed to improve patient quality of life and to try to convert it into a chronic disease.
Multiple Myeloma explained in first person
Myeloma is one of the diseases where a lot of new medicines have been developed which can help improve patients’ quality of life, get better responses and help patients live much longer.
There are quite a lot of treatments to deal with this disease, but they’re complicated, and not a final cure, but they help you stay alive.
Receive the latest updates related to this content.
Thank you for subscribing!
If this is the first time you subscribe you will receive a confirmation email, check your inbox