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Find a Support Group

Meet other patients, caregivers, and their families at a local myeloma support group near you.

Support groups can help you cope with a myeloma diagnosis and provide important information about the disease and its treatment.

There are support groups in every province. Some groups hold in-person meetings, while others schedule online or telephone meetings. Depending on your preference, you have access to a support group that can help.

Identify a group in your area on the map below and contact its Local Support Group Leader.

Charlottetown Myeloma Support Group

The meeting consists of the sharing of information and ideas, and involves speakers, videotapes, and DVD presentations on current topics related to living with myeloma, and current and future treatments for the disease. 

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Saint John Area Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The purpose of the group is to offer a place for patients, their families, caregivers and friends to meet and exchange experiences and information with others in the area who are touched by myeloma. The environment is one of mutual support and encouragement, assisting patients in living stronger and better lives.

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Myeloma NL

A support group for persons living with multiple myeloma as well as their family and friends. Available to those living in Newfoundland and Labrador, and beyond. Support group meetings usually occur in St John's.

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Nova Scotia Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The purpose of the Nova Scotia Multiple Myeloma Support Group is to offer patients facing the diagnosis of multiple myeloma, their families, caregivers and friends the opportunity to connect with others in Nova Scotia who are touched by this disease.

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Montreal Support Group

The Montreal Myeloma Support Network was created in 2004 to provide information and support to myeloma patients, caregivers, their families and friends through regular group meetings.

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Multiple Myeloma Support Group of Ottawa

The Ottawa Gatineau Multiple Myeloma Support Group is a patient-managed and patient-centered group that provides information to newly diagnosed patients as well as a circle of mutual support from those who are further along in their journey with Myeloma. From patients, caregivers, family and friends we learn how to live with this disease.

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Halton Peel and Area Myeloma Support Group

We are a community-based group for people affected by myeloma serving the Halton-Peel and area region. Our mission is to provide local support, information, and advocacy in a confidential and caring environment while supporting the objectives of Myeloma Canada.

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Multiple Myeloma Support Group of Windsor & District

The Multiple Myeloma Support Group of Windsor & District is a patient-managed and patient-centred group comprised of Myeloma & MGUS patients, newly diagnosed patients, caregivers, as well as a circle of mutual support from those who are further along in their journey with myeloma. Together as patients, caregivers, family and friends we learn how to live with the disease.

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Multiple Myeloma Sault Ste Marie Support Group

We are a community-based group for people affected by Myeloma serving Sault Ste Marie and the Algoma District.

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London and District Myeloma Support Group

We provide: information about Myeloma including available treatment options, opportunities for Myeloma patients and caregivers to share personal experiences and information and help for patients and caregivers so they can become better advocates of their own healthcare.

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Toronto & District Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The Toronto & District Multiple Myeloma Support Group is composed of multiple myeloma survivors and their primary caregivers and grew out of a need for information and mutual support in dealing with this unusual disease.

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Picton Support Group

A new support group is being established in Picton with a start-up date in March, 2017. 

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Northumberland and District Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The Support Group was established in 2014 to help patients, family and friends to understand the disease, give them support, information on new treatments and advancement in research.

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Winnipeg Myeloma Support Group

This is a group for patients diagnosed with multiple myeloma and family members.

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Regina Myeloma Support Group

The Regina Myeloma Support Group welcomes all multiple myeloma patients, caregivers and their friends to join us in a sharing, caring and positive environment, centered around mutual support and keeping up with the latest developments in treatment and care.

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Saskatoon Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The Saskatoon Multiple Myeloma Support Group invites patients, caregivers, family and friends to join them to learn and exchange in a positive, caring environment.

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Myeloma Alberta Support Group

The Myeloma Alberta Support Society provides support, education and promotes awareness, research and advocacy for patients and caregivers (including family and friends) in Edmonton, as well as central and northern Alberta.

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Southern Alberta Myeloma Patient Society (SAMPS)

The Southern Alberta Myeloma Patient Society (SAMPS) is a non-profit multiple myeloma support group.

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Nanaimo Multiple Myeloma Support Group

This is a not for profit organization dedicated to providing myeloma patients, survivors and their loved ones with awareness, education and support.

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Vancouver Island Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The Vancouver Island Multiple Myeloma support group meets every second Monday of the month from 1:00-3:00 pm except in October and December. 

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North Island Multiple Myeloma Support Group

The North Island Multiple Myeloma Support Group welcomes all MM and stem cell transplant patients, their caregivers and friends, to join us in a sharing, caring, cheerful and positive environment, centered around mutual support and keeping up with the latest developments in treatment and care.

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Myeloma Support Group for the BC Southern Interior

This is a not for profit organization dedicated to providing myeloma patients, survivors and their loved ones with awareness, education and support.

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Vancouver Support Group

The Myeloma Support Vancouver group is a non profit group, comprised of Myeloma patients, their caregivers, families and friends.

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