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'I really want to say thanks to those who run and volunteer on the support line. I remember phoning up ages ago in a total mess looking for help and understanding about what I was going through both physically and mentally and the person I spoke to really helped me to feel less alone and give me some hope about the future. Thank you!'

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Thank you for answering my questions about PSC and helping me make sense of what the doctor told me.

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The PSC Support volunteers and officers who respond are trained to give you confidential, emotional support. They are not medically qualified, and so they will not give medical advice but they do have experience of living with PSC (01235 25 35 45)

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