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Nurse Appeal: Why is this helpline so important?

Psychologist, Dr Sue Jackson, tells us why our nurse helpline is such a valuable service for pituitary patients.

Acromegaly webinar with Professor Peter Trainer

Join Professor Peter J. Trainer for a closer look at acromegaly

"There is an acromegaly community out there" - the success of the first UK Acromegaly Meetup

"The meet up bought home to me that I am not fighting this alone" - read more about the first UK Acromegaly Meetup here.

Hormone Dynamics in Pituitary and Adrenal Disorders - Cushing's research opportunity

An event taking place in Exeter on August 8th 2017, entitled Hormone Dynamics in Pituitary and Adrenal Disorders, is looking for five Cushings patients to take part in a piece of research.

Nurse appeal - patient comments

Some patient comments about their experiences of our specialist endocrine nurse helpline

Nurse appeal: What if no-one can answer?

What happens if we can't answer calls from people who really need our help?

New Helpline Pituitary Text service

Our new Helpline Pituitary Text service launches 30 June 2017. For your convenience, you can now send us your questions by text message.

Message in a Bottle - Medical Identification

The Lions Message in a Bottle scheme is a simple idea designed to encourage people to keep their personal and medical details on a standard form and in a common location - the fridge. 

Research Study - Talking about your condition at work

Scope are carrying out research into experiences at work.

Factsheet - Hydrocortisone injection needles

When patients are prescribed their vial(s) of 100mg hydrocortisone for injection in emergency situations, they may not be offered the supplies necessary to inject with.

Here we have a guide to help when asking for these supplies.