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Patient Story Feature: The Advocacy (and Research) That Saved My Life by Melinda Bachini

If you’ve ever seen the movie Groundhog Day, that’s probably the best example I can give about my experience with PBC. I know each and every day what my day will be like. Waking up is tedious due to the joints just aching because of no movement during the night. Feeling totally “unrested” even with 6 to 7 hours of sleep. Slowly making my way down the steps each morning to start my day knowing that my day is going to be mind over matter getting through.

Patient Story Feature: The Ups and Downs of a Liver Cancer Journey by Anthony Villiotti

If you’ve ever seen the movie Groundhog Day, that’s probably the best example I can give about my experience with PBC. I know each and every day what my day will be like. Waking up is tedious due to the joints just aching because of no movement during the night. Feeling totally “unrested” even with 6 to 7 hours of sleep. Slowly making my way down the steps each morning to start my day knowing that my day is going to be mind over matter getting through.

Liver Cancer Won’t Wait. We Shouldn’t Either.

“You have liver cancer.” It’s a sentence that nobody wants to hear, but far too many people have heard (likely hundreds of thousands this year). Despite the prominent position that cancer has played in the public consciousness over the past 50 years, liver cancer –...

Changing A Name: More Than An Academic Exercise

People living with NASH, patients and families, whose lives and livelihoods are at risk from a liver disease few outside of a small circle of academic and clinical experts had heard of a few years ago have very practical, urgent needs: Disease education/awareness (for...