Montreal Support Group

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Myeloma Montreal is a local support network created in 2004 by and for multiple myeloma patients, caregivers, family and friends who want to share information and learn more about living with myeloma.

Our Mission

Our goal is to provide a caring environment where group members can share, offer and receive advice, support, information and educational material to learn about the latest advances in myeloma research and treatments.

Help us help you!

Meetings are free and open to everyone. Members who wish to get involved can also help by volunteering, contacting other members, help in planning information sessions by suggesting topics and speakers or by bringing pamphlets and educational material to local hospitals and clinics.

For more information contact:
Karine Gravel & Kristen Palinchuk


Hybrid meetings (alternating face-to-face and virtual meetings). Face-to-face meetings will resume in 2024. Please write to [email protected] to express your interest in a face-to-face meeting.

In most group meetings, an invited professional addresses specific aspects of treatments and/or care options followed by a question and answer period in both English and French. In other meetings attendees are invited to share their experiences and knowledge in a friendly and caring environment. Meetings are free and open to the public. We encourage you to inform other myeloma patients of this support that is available to them.

Hope & Cope helps people cope with cancer. Guided by professional staff, cancer-experienced volunteers provide psychosocial support and practical resources that help patients regain a sense of control and well-being, reduce isolation and restore hope. Open to all, it is located at the Jewish General Hospital’s Segal Cancer Centre and the Hope & Cope Wellness Centre at 4635, Cote-Sainte-Catherine, Montreal, QC H3W 1M1