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

PSC is a rare, immune-mediated liver disease that can affect anyone, at any age. PSC is complex and current evidence suggests that people with a genetic makeup may be susceptible to some sort of (as yet unknown) environmental trigger, which causes their immune system to effectively 'attack' the bile ducts.

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Jenny Nelson Joins the PSC Support Expert Panel


We are delighted to announce that Jenny Nelson has joined the PSC Support Expert Panel.

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Dr Deepak Joshi Joins the PSC Support Expert Panel


We are delighted to announce that Dr Deepak Joshi from King’s College Hospital, London has joined the PSC Support Expert Panel.

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New study out from us in @ScienceTM where we i) map the human biliary tract immune system and ii) reveal insights into biliary inflammation in #PSC regarding #TRMs and #neutrophils @karolinskainst @CIM_Sweden

@tom_luedde highlights the new concept to him (and me) of the exposome - a signature of all the environmental, diet and lifestyle exposure in individual patients. There has been an analysis of this in >8000 patients with #PSC. #ILC2021 @EASLedu @PSCPartners @PSCSupportUK

Important accounts to follow if interested in this fascinating area of exposome research: @exposome and @GaryWMiller3 Teams are exploring environmental factor impact in PSC and other liver diseases, NAFLD/NASH research coming up #ILC2021 @PSCPartners @PSCSupportUK @NAFLDSupport

Dr Zania Stamataki@ZaniaStamataki

Have you ever thought about your "Exposome"? Exogenous factors that affect your health, outlined by Prof. Gary Miller @Columbia on the Big Data session at #ILC2021