South African National Clinical Trials Register

Introducing: Myeloma Patient Infographic

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Diagnosed with Myeloma?

BLOODSA presents our first patient information leaflet!

This infographic consists of an overview of Myeloma, including its symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options and tips for managing side effects and improving quality of life. This resource serves as an essential tool for Myeloma patients and carers who want to educate themselves to better understand the diagnosis and become active participants of their care.

Keep a look out for more BLOODSA support resources that will be developed in collaboration with various public and private haematology treatment centres in Africa!

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This content was created in collaboration with Dr Cecile du Toit form the University of Cape Town, CANSA and the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation.

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