Whether you want to learn more about Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinaemia, or have questions on a specific topic, our experts have the answers.

Pour yourself a cuppa and settle down to watch our webinars with lead specialists in WM, mental health, cardiology, research and more.

Dr Helen McCarthy gives a thorough overview of what Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinaemia is.

Dr Chris Critoph answers your questions on cardiology conditions linked to WM.

Consultant in Psychological Medicine Dr Iain Jordan talks about mental health and strategies to cope with stress and anxiety.

Dr Dima El-Sharkawi goes through the latest (May 2021) COVID-19 and vaccination research and findings, explaining what it means for WM patients.

Professor Guy Pratt talks about the WM Clinical Guidelines and what they mean in terms of treatment decisions.

Dr Jaimal Kothari talks all things clinical trials.

Dr Owen talks about laboratory research and the part it plays in answering our most pressing questions about WM

Dr Shirley D’Sa talks about Bing Neel Syndrome, a condition linked to WM.

Dr Rebecca Auer talks to Bob about the Rainbow Trial, a clinical research project she is currently undertaking.

Dr Shirley D’Sa and Professor Mike Lunn take a closer look at peripheral neuropathy, a condition that can affect people living with WM.

Dr Dr Dima El-Sharkawi answers your questions and concerns about getting the third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

In rare cases, WM can transform into a faster-growing type of lymphoma. Here Dr Edward Libby talks us through what happens when this occurs.

Peripheral Neuropathy (PN) is a common condition among WMers. Here Dr Gita Ramdharry from UCLH talks physiotherapy and other ways to help manage PN.

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You can find up coming webinars on our What’s On pages.

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