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PSC Support is the leading patient organisation for anyone affected by primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC)

We provide patients and families with high-quality, accessible information and the support they need; we collaborate with healthcare providers to improve clinical care; we shape and fund critical research so that we can live in a world without PSC.

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Organ Donation Week 2021

25/09/2021

Organ Donation Week is from 20th to 26th September

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Meet Team PSC Support

25/09/2021

Team PSC Support – introducing this year’s fantastic London Marathon runners.

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How Effective is the COVID Vaccine for People with Weakened Immune Systems?

14/09/2021

How Effective is the COVID Vaccine for People with Weakened Immune Systems? Learn more about the OCTAVE and OCTAVE DUO trials and watch a video on this topic.

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Updated Advice on COVID-19 Vaccinations

14/09/2021

Updates vaccine advice: boosters, third primary doses and vaccines for young people.

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@BASLedu @UKRI_News @SCICambridge @acmedsci @ACTcharity @PSCSupportUK @UKPBC_Project @RosetreesT @CamBioCampus @CUH_NHS Very honoured to receive this award All my work @SCICambridge would be impossible without my mentor @VallierLab, funders @UKRI_News @The_MRC @acmedsci @ACTcharity @RosetreesT, colleagues @CUH_NHS liver unit, radiology, histology, @CUH_Transplant& patients @PSCSupportUK Thank you!

Very relevant! With the timely clinical tests/results in place, working technology and patient choice, remote consultations for routine follow-up care are win-win for patients and clinicians. This study looks at how remote consultations are perceived compared to face2face care.

james ferguson@jfergus75

Study all done pre Covid but more relevant now! https://www.jmir.org/2021/9/e19232/