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Starting A Support Group

Starting a support group has been a great experience for me. Dealing with something such as a chronic illness can be very hard, both physically and emotionally. Physically because your body is fighting against itself, and emotionally because you may feel alone with it. Not knowing anyone else that is living with the disease you…

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The Clinical Trial Process: How New Drugs Get Approved.

On May 4, 2014 the UC Davis GI and Hepatology Clinical Trials Unit will be hosting a lecture explaining how new drugs get approved. Their goal is to specifically focus on people with PSC or PBC; however, it is open to the public. Visit their page for more information! Parking is free on weekends and…

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New Research Study for PSC Patients

New research study for those that have Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC). This is a pilot, open-label study to evaluate the safety, tolerability and efficacy of Lum001 in patients with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis. Clinical studies are necessary to learn about the safety and effectiveness of investigational medications. National laws and international regulations require that all investigational…

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PSCer swimming for a cure

The PSC Community wishes all the best of luck to Lauren Renee Stull.

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The Human Connection

What if you could see a thought bubble above every person’s head, telling you what they were thinking and feeling as you walked by…

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Welcome to the new PSC Community website

The PSC Community is proud to announce their new website. The PSC Community is a place for people who would like to be part of a global community seeking to find a cure.  It is a place where patients, caregivers, families, physicians and researchers can find information about PSC. Our goal is to increase awareness…

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