Know your numbers
When it comes to managing your Primary Biliary Cholangitis (PBC), you can make a real difference. Knowing your numbers is the best way to own your PBC. Understanding how they affect you allows you to leave your doctor’s appointments feeling more empowered.
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Primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) is a slowly progressive, bile duct disease, which results from chronic inflammation of the small intrahepatic bile ducts, the system of small tubes in the liver that helps drain bile. Those who are diagnosed in early stages and who respond to medication, can have a normal life expectancy.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is important when living with PBC. We assembled a Healthy Living Panel bringing together a Hepatologist, a Dr of Naturopathic Medicine and a Registered Dietician, to answer questions asked by PBC Patients.
You and your guest are invited to join us for dinner with special guest speakers, Dr. Hin Hin Ko and Dr. Ed Tam. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about PBC! Have all your PBC questions answered! Meet and share with others who have PBC! This event is complimentary. Registration required.
You and your guest are invited to join us for dinner with special guest speaker, Dr. Gideon Hirshfield and Dr. Inbal Houri. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about PBC ! Have all your PBC questions answered! Meet and share with others who have PBC! This event is complimentary. Register required.
Online program featuring guided videos featuring mindful movement, breathwork, exercise, positive psychology tips and nutrition tips specific to PBC. You will be contacted in September 2022 with session start date. Pre-register now.
In the present large, international retrospective cohort study, liver stiffness assessed by vibration-controlled transient elastography was validated as one of the strongest predictive factors of poor clinical outcome in PBC