The Foundation takes part in regular policy work, and we campaign on key issues facing pituitary patients to improve care and services. Here is a quick update on a few of our most recent activities.
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It's been incredible awareness for us to see Amy's Cushing's story featured in the Daily Mail. Read more here.
Cushing's patient, Sian, tells us her diagnosis story and also shares the link to her blog, which is documenting her second round of surgery.
See our opening hours for our various helplines over the Christmas period, and what extra support we will be offering on Christmas Day.
We are delighted that we’ve recently had some new additions to the Committee, meaning we currently have a team of 26, and we’d like to introduce them to you here.
It's been incredible awareness for us to see the story of Emily feature in the Mirror, the Sun and the Mail.
Calling young people - your chance to take part in a research study!
2017 has been another busy year for The Pituitary Foundation, campaigning to raise awareness of key issues facing patients, and providing support to our patient community.
The Pituitary Foundation is delighted to hear that this vital medication will now be made available on the NHS to patients with uncontrolled Acromegaly in Scotland.
Patient and author, Marilyn Harvey, tells us why she decided to write her book, 'Living with Hypopituitarism and other things that happened to come along’.