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Primary Biliary Cholangitis – PBC is a slow, progressive, rare liver disease that affects mainly women 35-60 years old. There is no cure; however those who respond to treatment will have a normal life expectancy. Left untreated PBC may lead to the need for a liver transplant.  Find out more about PBC.

Grand prize: Apple 32 GB iPad
will be drawn September 30, 2019


PBC Awareness Month
Speaker Series

Wednesday Sept 9th– 7-9 pm EST
Guest Speakers:  Dr. Andrew Mason, Dr. Cynthia Tsien
Understanding PBC
PBC Treatments & Mechanisms

le Mardi 15 Septembre– 19:00h-20:00h EST

Conférenciers Invités: Dr. Angela Cheung, Dr. Julien Bissonnette
Comprendre la CBP 
Les symptômes et les complications de la maladie

Wednesday Sept 16th– 7-9 pm EST
Guest Speakers:  Dr. Gideon Hirschfield, Dr. Aldo Montano-Loza
PBC Care Pathways, Diagnosis & Management
Advanced Disease & Transplant

Wednesday Sept 23rd– 7-9 pm EST
Guest Speakers:  Dr. Aliya Gulamhusein, Dr. JP Wallach
Genetic vs Environment, Phenotypes, & Risk Profiles
PBC Incidence & Prevalence


Wednesday Sept 30th– 7-9 pm EST
Guest Speakers:  Dr. Mark Swain, Dr. Magnus McLeod
PBC Fatigue
PBC Symptoms

Instructions for joining the Facebook live broadcast:

All events listed will be held on Facebook Live.  No need to register, simply go directly to the Canadian PBC Society Facebook page at the start of the session (7:00 pm EST).  To make it easier, you can “follow” the Canadian PBC Society Facebook page and you will get a notification when the broadcast goes live. While the broadcast is live, you will be able to ask questions in the comments area.

Alternatively, if you are unable to watch the broadcast live or you are not a Facebook user, you will be able to watch the recorded video on our Canadian PBC Society YouTube channel.