GP Myeloma Diagnostic Tool

Early diagnosis of myeloma relies on primary care clinicians being able to accurately suspect, test and refer patients with suspected myeloma. It is important that GPs are able to distinguish those patients that require urgent investigation in secondary care versus those that likely have lower risk MGUS and so can be monitored in primary care or via discussion…

Guidelines for the diagnosis and management of multiple myeloma 2013 – management and treatment

These updated guidelines, produced by the British Committee for Standards in Haematology (BCSH) and the UK Myeloma Forum, summarise a national consensus of the haematological community involved in the diagnosis and management of myeloma patients. They should be read in conjunction with the BCSH Guidelines on the supportive care of myeloma patients. Bird et al.…