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Myeloma Center

For Patients

Each patient who comes to the Myeloma Center gets a full evaluation by an attending physician. This evaluation may involve lab work, medical procedures and radiologic testing so that the optimal treatment strategy can be individually customized to meet each patient’s unique needs.

Below we’ve outlined some materials to help you support you from the time of initial diagnosis and throughout your treatment journey, including resources to help prepare you for your first visit, support group information and frequently asked questions (FAQs). We also have a Health Information Library, complete with patient educational resources specific to myeloma, amyloidosis and other plasma cell disorders.

Browse information on a wide range of topics related to myeloma.

Health Information Library and Patient Resources

Read more about Health Information Library and Patient Resources

Find out what documents and records you need to prepare for your visit.

Your First Visit

Read more about Your First Visit

Learn more about stem cell transplants and bone marrow biopsies. 


Read more about FAQs

Join the Myeloma Education or General Cancer Support Group. 

Support Groups and Helpful Links

Read more about node/19


Weill Cornell Medicine Myeloma Center 425 East 61st St
8th Floor
New York, NY 10065 Phone: (646) 962-6500 Fax: (212) 746-8961