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MPE Advocate Development Programme (ADP)

The MPE Advocate Development Programme (ADP) is a training programme directed to MPE members with the aim to provide them with the skills and knowledge that any myeloma patient advocate should have regarding the drug development process. The main goal of MPE is to put medicines research into a myeloma context and create a tailored Read the full article…

In Memoriam of Mika Peltovaara

It is with great sadness that we share with you that our friend, colleague and Board member Mika Peltovaara (23 Dec 1965 – 21 Febr 2017) passed away in the morning of the 21th of February 2017. Mika was board member of Myeloma Patients Europe since 2014. He was a very experienced, long-serving patient advocate Read the full article…

IMI’s ADAPT SMART Kick-Starts 2017 by putting stakeholders at the centre

London, January 18, 2017.- ADAPT SMART’s General Assembly, held at the European Medicines Agency (EMA), agrees to focus its final year on incorporating stakeholder feedback into the development of Medicines Adaptive Pathways to Patients (MAPPs) tools and methodologies. Myeloma Patients Europe (MPE) was attending this meeting. With growing international interest and visibility in the final Read the full article…

MPE will hold a webinar on ASH 2016 Highlights in myeloma

Myeloma Patients Europe will hold an online webinar to review the most recent myeloma findings presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Hematology (ASH) that took place in San Diego (California, United States) in December 2016. The talk will be given by Dr Laurent Garderet, Department of Hematology, Saint Antoine Hospital, Paris, Read the full article…

Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) approves € 40 million project for better care of patients with haematologic malignancies

Brussels/Salamanca, January 9, 2017. The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) has approved HARMONY, a project that aims to foster better access and care for patients with various hematologic malignancies (HM) with the use of big data. The project is made up of 51 partners from 11 European countries, including 7 pharmaceutical companies. Other organisations such as Read the full article…