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Myeloma Support Group - Wolverhampton

Myeloma, also known as multiple myeloma, is a blood cancer arising from plasma cells. Each year in the UK, approximately 5,700 people are diagnosed with myeloma. Myeloma mainly affects those over the age of 65, however it has been diagnosed in people as young as 20.

Wolverhampton Myeloma Support Group
was set up by the nurses at New Cross Hospital and it now meets at the Willenhall Chart Community Centre once a month.

It is an informal Group of myeloma patients, family and friends that get together to chat to one another about their experiences and to hear from guest speakers about various aspects of the treatment and management of myeloma. We provide a number of services, support and advice to help you cope with a diagnosis and manage myeloma ongoing.

Anyone affected by myeloma is welcome to join the meetings.

Here you will find information about the Wolverhampton Support Group. For any additional queries please contact the Support Group Leader.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Jackie Stones
Contact Position
Support Group Leader and CNS
Support Group contact number: 01902 368199
Information Line: 0800 980 3332
Myeloma UK

Where to go

Willenhall CHART Centre
Gomer Street
West Midlands
WV13 2NS

Time / Date Details

When is it on
The group meets up on the on the last Thursday of every month at 6.30pm

Record Last Updated on: 12/07/2022

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