"After having had constant headaches and other symptoms for about 20 plus years, I was finally diagnosed with Acromegaly at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London on the 24th December 1993 - Not the best Christmas present I have ever had...."
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"My name is Dominika Butler; I am a scientist and like many of you – a pituitary patient. My volunteering journey started in July 2015 when I contacted Rosa at The Pituitary Foundation and asked if I could be of assistance, but let me start from the beginning…"
"My name is Indi Banerjee, I am a specialist in children’s growth and hormones. I have always been fascinated by how hormones work and have such a great impact on peoples’ lives. I carried my interest through my training period in children’s medicine and I am now a paediatric endocrinologist in a busy hospital...."
"I was diagnosed with a macro pituitary adenoma in October 1996. I had surgery to remove this, and gamma knife radiosurgery in 2002 when the tumour started to return - touch wood, that has been successful..."
Across the UK this week is Volunteers’ Week from 1st – 7th June, which is an annual celebration highlighting the contribution volunteers make!
"I was diagnosed on Christmas Eve 1997. The day before I had had a phone call, “Can you pop in to the Hospital for a MRI Brain scan?” Pop in for a brain scan on Christmas Eve!"
Notice of our General Meeting on 11 July 2019
Pfizer SOLU-CORTEF VIAL 100mg with diluent is currently out of stock and the next expected delivery is week ending 14 June. NB: This is not a guaranteed date.
'Adrenal Crisis' gives a brief insight into Molly's life