Dates to Remember

Tuesday February 28, 2017

Canadian Rare Disease Day

PBC is a rare disease. One in 10,000 people in Canada have PBC. Make sure our voices are heard in Ottawa and provincial legislatures across Canada.

Wednesday March 1, 2017

Nutrition Month – March

Good nutrition is essential in living with PBC. Find out about healthy eating that is right for you.

Wednesday March 8, 2017

PBC Dinner meeting- Toronto

The Canadian PBC Society invites you and a guest to an Extraordinary PBC Event. Come hear the latest in PBC diagnostics, treatment and symptom management from Dr. Aliyah Gulamhusein and learn about a new PBC treatment from Dr. Bettina Hansen. For more information and registration click here.

Wednesday March 8, 2017

International Women’s Day

Nine out ten people with PBC are women between the ages of 40 and 60. Mothers, daughters, sisters make sure to ask your Doctor about PBC.

Monday April 24, 2017

National Organ Donor Week – April 24 – 30

PBC if left untreated may result in the need for a liver transplant.

Sunday April 30, 2017

Canadian PBC Society AGM

Canadian PBC Society announces its Annual General Meeting will be held Sunday, April 30, 2017 at 10:00 am- 12:00pm Location TBA

Saturday June 3, 2017

National Health & Fitness Day

PBC supports Health & Fitness Day. Have some fun today!

Sunday June 4, 2017

PBC Day at the Races

Join us for our annual fundraiser at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto.

Wednesday June 21, 2017

National Aboriginal Day

PBC has been identified in our Canadian Aboriginal communities. Early diagnosis ensures better health outcomes.

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  • Leslie K

    November 18 is my liver-versary. On that date in 2015, I received the gift of life in the form of a gently used liver from a courageous stranger who has become my hero. Just one year prior, I was diagnosed with PBC. It was a disease unknown to me, but on my crash course to […]

    Barbara B

    When I was asked to write this I was not sure where or how to begin. One thing I do know is how fortunate I have been on this journey for the past seventeen years, starting with my family doctor who noticed an anomaly in the results of my blood tests. When my diagnosis was […]

    Dawn C

    I was diagnosed after testing in Jan/Feb 2014 by a gastroenterologist/hepatologist and was started on the Urso right away. In June 2014 I opted to have the Fibroscan done in Toronto and that indicated I was in stage 3 of liver fibrosis. A year later, this July 2015 I had a repeat and it indicated […]