September 3, 2020


Myeloma Canada is committed to providing you with the most reliable, relevant and up-to-date information on the coronavirus COVID-19 and myeloma as possible. That’s why we created the COVID-19 & Myeloma InfoBulletin.

This week subjects included:

  • National research project to probe racism in health care amid COVID-19 pandemic
  • Ottawa giving $82.5M for Indigenous mental health support during COVID-19
  • Infectious disease expert warns how easy it is to burst your social bubble
  • COVID-19 Q&A: Jason M. Harley on dealing with pandemic fatigue

We know that your in-boxes are full these days and we don’t want to add to the clutter. With that in mind, we’ve decided to cut down the frequency of our bi-weekly COVID-19 InfoBulletins to once a month. From this point forward, updates and pandemic-related news will continue to be included in our monthly e-newsletter, Myeloma Matters, but you won’t be receiving separate InfoBulletins unless there is an important shift in the state of affairs or any other critical news to be shared. In either of these cases, we will of course, let you know as quickly as possible, as we always have. We will continue to update the COVID-19 web hub on our website with articles that we think are both interesting and of importance to you, so be sure to keep visit the section regularly.

Click here for more details.