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Organization: Halton-Peel Myeloma Support Group  
Phone Numbers: 905-336-0171
c/o Norma Lindner
5224 Thornburn Dr
Burlington, ON
L7L 6R4
Intersection: Appleby Line and Mainway
Location: Burlington
Executives: Norma Lindner - Chair
Jules Royer - Co-Chair and Treasurer
Service Description: Community-based,  non-charitable organization that provides information and support to myeloma patients, family and caregivers in the Halton, Peel and Hamilton region * myeloma is a rare cancer of the bone marrow affecting the production of red cells, white cells and platelets, and can lead to anemia, infections, renal failure, bone damage and pain

Services include:
  • Support: nine scheduled meetings that provide opportunity for sharing experience and the time to socialize, peer to peer support
  • Education: guest presenters who are myeloma and healthcare specialists
  • Advocacy: bring awareness to myeloma, and to inform the local community of patient treatment challenges

Meeting Location:
Wellspring Birmingham-Gilgan House/Halton-Peel, 2545 Sixth Line, Oakville, 905-257-1988

Meeting Schedule for Fall 2018:

Sat, Sep 29, 10am–12noon: Wellspring - Workshop topic: Nourish Tasting/Demo
Sat, Nov 10, 10am – 3:30pm: Art Gallery of Burlington, Workshop topic: TBD
Sat, Dec 8, 11am –  1:30pm: Wellspring - Christmas lunch social

Fees: None
Application: Not required
Eligibility / Target Population: People and family who are affected by myeloma
Languages: English
Area Served:
Hamilton ; Halton and Peel Region  
See Also: Bone Disease
Cancer and Tumour Support Groups and Organizations

This information was last completely updated on August 8, 2018

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Updated August 8, 2018
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To provide support, information and advocacy for myeloma patients and caregivers in a confidential and caring environment