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Our vision is to see a world without PSC


PSC Support is the only UK patient organisation dedicated to improving the lives of people 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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Medical Research

PSC Support is a member of the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC). AMRC membership demonstrates that PSC Support delivers high-quality research and is an indicator of the excellent work we do in research governance and standards.

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Patient stories

Stories written by you about living with PSC

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Take part in cutting edge research to help find a cure for PSC

COVID-19 and PSC

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You don't need to face PSC alone

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Emergency cholangitis information

PSC News

MuM-PreDiCT study

New Study MuM-PreDiCT


Research to improve care for pregnant women with two or more health conditions

COVID vaccines for over 50s

All Over-50s to be Offered COVID-19 Booster and Flu Jab this Autumn


The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has now published its final recommendations for this autumn’s programme.

What can we do better

What Can We Do Better?


Tell us your views on how the charity supports you and how we can improve.

Martine Walmsley

Thank you Martine Walmsley


Martine Walmsley steps down as Chair of Trustees of PSC Support after 15 years of volunteering for the charity.


The PSC-Vanc trial led by @NabilQuraishi at @unibirmingham is now recruiting people with PSC-IBD to take part #LetsBeatPSC @CholestasisDoc

❓Do you know the signs of acute cholangitis? If you have PSC, it is important that you do. Order or download our free PSC Alert Card developed by patients and PSC spcialists. #PrimarySclerosingCholangitis

26 year old Sophie was diagnosed with Autoimmune Chronic Active Hepatitis & Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis in 2012 at the age of 16. Sophie shares her story following her #LiverTransplant & expressing her gratitude to her #donor family & her consultant ❤️

Great news @kiers! We can't wait to see them in real life! Thank you for creating them in aid of @PSCSupportUK once again 🙏