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…

GP Ten Top Tips

We have collaborated with Macmillan to produce a Myeloma 10 top tips factsheet to support myeloma diagnosis by raising GP awareness. This includes guidance on when to suspect myeloma and which blood tests should be requested. The factsheet has been reviewed by expert haematologists and Macmillan GP Advisors to ensure the content is accurate from the perspective of both primary and secondary care clinicians.