Through our work with patients and the oncology community, we understand that when someone receives the life-changing diagnosis of multiple myeloma the world stops. Having treatment and getting better is your first priority while the rest of your life is being put on hold. You wait to freely enjoy your time, but time and cancer don't wait. So why should you? Time is precious when you have multiple myeloma. This is why we are focusing on innovations, including Time Keeper, that help give you more time for life.
Time Keeper brings potential interests, novel experiences
and new skills together in one simple app. Why not
experience it for yourself? Available on iWatch and iPhone.
Don't have an Apple watch or iPhone? Head to the Further
Resources section below for a version you can print out.
What does time mean to you? Janssen has some practical guidance conversation starters available for you. Download below to spark your thinking and support you in your conversations with your physician and family.
It's based on a neurological concept: as we get older, we're less likely to encounter brand new information. At the same time, our experienced brains don’t need to spend much time dealing with familiar information. Together this makes our perception of time change – it appears to speed up.  But, when we experience new or novel activities, these impressions take longer for the brain to process than routine ones – making time feel elongated. Time Keeper uses this concept to help people reclaim the time that blood cancer takes away. It’s about encouraging new activities, because when we do something new, time seems to last longer.
To access a version of Time Keeper you can print out, more information for
patients on multiple myeloma and join patient groups, please use the