There has never been a more exciting time in the history of PSC research. There may be studies taking place in your own hospital, national and international studies through UKPSC, or qualitative studies looking at the psychological burden of PSC and how patients can be better supported.
Taking part in research can range from filling in a short questionnaire, giving blood or another sample, giving extra biopsies during your colonoscopy, to trying out a drug that is being developed for PSC. We can't stress enough how important your effort to help is: PSC is rare and as many of us as possible need to be part of the movement to find a treatment that works, once and for all.
Together, we can make a difference. How will you help?
Our 'Research' and 'Medicine and Treatment' News
If you have AIH, please take a few moments to help researchers and doctors improve treatment.Read More
NHS to scrap paper prescriptions next month under a plan to save £300m by 2021.Read More
Consultant hepatologist Dr Jess Dyson, member of PSC Support’s Expert Panel, talks about her research interest in why people get autoimmune liver diseases at a recent LIVErNORTH patient meeting, focusing on possible environmental factors.Read More
Take two minutes to do our quick poll about the best way to conduct a faecal microbiota transplant and vancomycin study. THANK YOU!Read More
PSC Support is a member of the Patient Group Consultative Forum (PGCF) to bring the PSC patient voice to the work of the MHRA.Read More
PSC research priorities presented at the BASL Immune-Mediated Liver Disease Special Interest Group.Read More
Dr Roger Chapman takes a look at vancomycin and its potential use in PSC.Read More