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30th of March 2018

Nutrition Update: 4 Steps to Follow a Low-Sodium Diet Like a Pro

Brittany Roman-Green is a licensed dietitian nutritionist and certified personal trainer.  She is the owner of her private practice in Mountain View, California and specializes in gut and liver conditions. **NOTE: Always speak with your doctor before starting a new diet to make sure that the diet change is appropriate for your medical condition and treatment. […]

29th of January 2018

BLOG: Mahesh Notes (think Cliff Notes) – A PSC Research Summary Series by Guest Blogger Mahesh Krishna

Often times, there is an abundance of information in scientific journals that may contain useful information to patients, yet is inaccessible to many due to excessive medical jargon. This blog series is designed to benefit patients by summarizing important PSC research in simple terms so that patients and caregivers can understand what these important articles […]

20th of December 2017

Nutrition Update with Guest Blogger and Nutritionist Brittany: How to Eat When You’re Exhausted: Part 2

In part 1 of How to Eat When You’re Exhausted, I provided some tips for making meal planning easier and for boosting overall energy. Now, let’s discuss the types of food that will effect how you feel. When exhausted, it’s tempting to choose convenient foods that are frequently high in sugar, that give you an […]

Announcing PSC Mami – A New Podcast About the Intersection of PSC and Parenthood!

By Monika Aldarondo “These numbers are so high, they are useless to me.” My high risk obstetrician, who I loved and is one of the best in Boston, had never seen a pregnant mom with Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis was talking through my blood test results and what they might mean for my baby and my […]

1st of December 2017


How to Eat When You’re Exhausted: Part 1 Everyone is exhausted at some point or another but for people with chronic conditions, such as ulcerative colitis (UC) and primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC), it’s common for malaise to set in more frequently. When you’re exhausted, it’s challenging to opt for nutritious foods that often require more prep […]

22nd of November 2017


By Stacey Eno I look at my daughter’s picture, a radiant face, a smile so cheerful that it holds no clue of the horrific battle she is still undergoing with PSC. On her pink cheeks and twinkling eyes there is no sign of the pain, fear, and fight that are gnawing her every day. This […]

Tis the Season for Momentum, Renewed Optimism and Better Treatments and a Cure for PSC!

Dear PSC Community, We are excited to announce the launch of our Annual Giving Campaign! PSC Partners’ annual giving campaign is a vital part of keeping the important work we do moving forward. Your support is critical for continuing the momentum that has been building the last couple of years.  As I look back on […]

7th of November 2017

2017 Research Grant Award Spotlight: Popov, “Integrin AVB6 as a Therapeutic Target for Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis – Associated Cholangiocarcinoma”

Each year, PSC Partners asks research grant awardees to share a layman’s summary as part of the process for accepting the grant.  We are excited to share the 2017 PSC-related research grant summaries with you! In order to make this information more digestible and shine a light on each individual study, we will share one […]

25th of October 2017

Show Your Smiling Face on this Year’s Holiday Card

Dear PSC Community,  We are currently pulling together pictures for our annual holiday card and would love to include yours. We need approximately 7-9 pictures that show the diversity and strong spirit of our community. Help us bring peace and hope to PSC patients and their caregivers by sharing a picture that will make us smile.  […]

13th of October 2017

Advice from a College Student and Fellow PSCer to PSCers Who Are Transitioning to College

By Mahesh Krishna Getting diagnosed with PSC as a minor when you’re living under your parents’ roof is both a blessing and a curse. I was close to my family for the first couple years of my diagnosis and they provided unconditional support.  My mom, a physician herself, would even monitor my health closer than […]