Myeloma is a cancer which begins in the bone marrow and affects the plasma cells (white blood cells which produce antibodies). The most common type is multiple myeloma. This is where several sites in the body are affected. When only one site in the soft tissue or skeleton is affected, myeloma is known as plasmacytoma. Myeloma may also be known as myelomatosis, Kahler's disease or plasma cell myeloma.
This section will help you to find information about myeloma, its treatment and organisations who provide support to anyone affected.
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