BBC Radio 4 will be exploring the link between an 18th century skeleton in the Hunterian Museum and Brendan Holland in County Tyrone. Brendan reached a height of 6’10” was diagnosed with gigantism.
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Join us for the open Q&A on the 22nd August at 3pm with Professor John Newell-Price, Endocrinologist at the University of Sheffield, who will be answering as many questions as possible during the webinar.
We would be extremely grateful if you could spare a few moments to complete this short survey based on the loss of taste and smell (anosmia) in endocrine patients after surgery.
One of the key effects of a pituitary tumour which can lead to diagnosis is where it is interfering with eyesight. Dr Denize Atan discusses the visual impact of pituitary tumours.
Acromegaly patient Lauren tells us why she's inspired to raise awareness for The Pituitary Foundation.
Dr Niki Karavitaki and Dr John Ayuk discuss the options for further treatment if pituitary removal through surgery is not successful.
The Pituitary Foundation is participating in The Scottish Medicines Consortium review of Pegvisomant, representing the patient/carer perspective and we would very much appreciate your important input.
Mr Shaz Ahmed tells us what to expect with pituitary surgery.
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Psychologist, Dr Sue Jackson, tells us why our nurse helpline is such a valuable service for pituitary patients.