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PSC Awareness

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PSC Awareness

Help Make PSC Awareness Day a Success.

Here’s How:

  • Tag PSC Partners:

    When we post facts on the PSC Partners Facebook (@PscPartnersSeekingACure), Twitter (@PSCPartners), and Instagram ( pages, share them on your social media pages, use the #PSCaware, and tag PSC Partners.

  • Frame Facebook Photo:

    Update your Facebook profile picture with our Awareness Day Frame. Go to, search for PSC Awareness 2019, and click Use as Profile Photo. You can schedule the frame to by removed on November 1, 2019.

  • Update Profile Photos:

    Use the 2019 PSC Awareness logo as your profile photo on other social media outlets and when posting other things about PSC and PSC Partners during the week leading up to PSC Awareness Day.

  • Post Video of Yourself:

    Spread awareness about PSC Partners by posting a short video of yourself on social media answering the question, “What is one thing you wish people knew about PSC?” Videos should be posted on October 29. Be sure to tag PSC Partners and use #PSCaware.

  • Wear PSC Partners Gear:

    On October 29, wear PSC Partners gear. Post a photo of yourself, tag PSC Partners, and include #PSCaware.


Educate Yourself and Others About PSC
Share PSC Information with your Network
Read Stories from Patients and Caregivers

Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) is a chronic bile duct disease that damages the bile ducts inside and outside the liver. Bile ducts carry bile from the liver to the intestines. With PSC, bile ducts are inflamed, and the inflammation leads to scarring and narrowing of the affected ducts. Eventually, blockages may occur. As the scarring blocks more and more ducts, bile becomes trapped in the liver. This damages the liver and can result in fibrosis and cirrhosis of the liver and liver failure. Patients may eventually require a liver transplant.

PSC is a rare disease that predominantly affects 30-40 year-old men. However, PSC also occurs in children of any age, women, and the elderly. PSC affects about twice as many men as women. Many PSC patients are asymptomatic at the time of diagnosis. It is estimated that there are over 30,000 PSC patients in the United States. PSC is often found in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), most often ulcerative colitis (UC) and sometimes Crohn’s disease. Over 75 percent of PSC patients have ulcerative colitis. PSC is also associated with other autoimmune diseases.

Educate Yourself and Others About Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC)

Please share these videos to help bring awareness and understanding of this devastating disease.  Whether you are a PSCer, friend, family member or health professional, you can help us spread the word!

For PSC Awareness Day 2019, four folks from the PSC community answered the question,
“What do you want people to know about primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC)?”




Share Information with Your Network

There are many ways to increase awareness for PSC. Help others become #PSCaware by learning how you can spread the word.



Learn more about the registry
Change your social media profiles using Twibbon !
Twibbon Instructions
Replace your social media cover photos with this PSC Awareness Logo! Share your story on Facebook or with us via email! Have a game party: Gather your friends and solve these PSC word jumbles and searches
Take brochures to your local GI or hepatology clinics and share on social media or email us to let us know you shared them! Share our PSC Awareness page or select videos with friends and family! Do a science project on PSC: Contact us us for helpful resouces (videos, images, research, etc.)  See if your classmates can conquer the the word jumble afterwards.  Send us a picture of your display or with classmates!
Tweet something about PSC to your network!   Share this picture with your network! Wear your PSC flair everywhere to promote awareness!
 Show off your scar(s) to someone you trust!   Write a poem or sing a song about PSC and share it on social media or send via email.  See this example by Rex S.! Share a picture to show that while you have PSC, PSC does not have you!
 Say thank you to groups that are helping folks with PSC on Awareness Day!   Complete this questionnaire: “30 Things About My PSC You May Not Know“.  Share the results with your social media network.  The list can be completed by patients, caregivers, friends or relatives! [PDF Version]

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