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Myeloma Patients Europe (MPE) is running a survey for European myeloma patients to understand their quality of life and how this is impacted by treatment side-effects.

The survey is designed to inform Horizon 2020 MMPredict, a project consortium developing a personalised medicines tool to predict the most effective treatment strategy for patients based on their genetic profile.

You can read an English Q&A about MMPredict here.

You can read a German Q&A about MMPredict here.


If you are a myeloma patient, we would be grateful if you would take the time to complete the survey through one of the following links:


HORIZON 2020 – Myeloma Patient Questionnaire
HORIZON 2020 – Questionnaire Patient Myélome Multiple
HORIZON 2020 – Questionario per pazienti con mieloma multiplo
HORIZON 2020 – Fragebogen für Patienten mit multiplem Myelom
HORIZON 2020 – Vragenlijst voor Multipel Myeloompatiënten


We welcome responses from myeloma patients from any European country. The survey will take an estimated 20 minutes to complete.


How will the results be used?

The results of the survey will be used to develop the outcomes of MMPredict. By combining the responses of all participating patients, the aim is to have a better understanding of the most relevant quality of life issues for patients and relate these to specific treatments or disease characteristics. This will provide valuable insights to help the project consortium understand the kind of personalised medicine tool that could be valuable for patients and their doctors when choosing treatments.

Responses to the survey will remain confidential and will only be used within the context of the research.


Where can I find more information?

If you have any questions about the survey, please email morgan@mpeurope.org

A very big thank you to AMM-online, Myelom Gruppe Rhein-Main/Leukämiehilfe Rhein Main, Hematon and Myeloma UK for their involvement in the survey so far. You can find further information and contact details of our members here.

You can see the MMPredict website here: www.mmh2020.eu

On behalf of the project consortium, many thanks for your help.