Find out about different treatments for myeloma, and get help with treatment decisions you might need to make.

  • Making treatment decisions

    Your doctors may tell you there are different options for your treatment. Having the right information will help you make the right decision for you.

  • Chemotherapy

    Chemotherapy uses drugs to treat many different types of cancer. It is most commonly given as an injection into a vein or as tablets or capsules.

  • Steroids for active myeloma

    Steroids can be used to help destroy myeloma cells and make chemotherapy and targeted therapies work better.

  • Targeted (biological) therapies

    Targeted (biological) therapies interfere with the way cells grow and divide.

  • Stem cell and bone marrow transplants

    Stem cell and bone marrow transplants are used with high-dose chemotherapy to treat and control some cancers.

  • Symptom control

    There are several ways of easing the symptoms of myeloma, so it is important to let your doctor know if you are having any problems.

  • Supportive and other treatments

    Other treatments can be used as part of the main cancer treatment and to treat side-effects.

  • Clinical trials

    Many people are offered a trial as part of treatment. Find out more to help you decide if a trial is right for you.

  • Life after cancer treatment

    You might be thinking about how to get back to normal following treatment. Find advice, information and support about coping with and after cancer.