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MyPBC Coach – Make time with your healthcare team count

With primary biliary cholangitis (PBC),
you need to know what you need to know.

Meet nurse practitioner April Morris, your PBC Coach.
She’ll help you make time with your healthcare team count.

With primary biliary cholangitis (PBC),
you need to know what you need to know.

Meet April Morris, Nurse Practitioner, your PBC Coach.
She’ll help you make time with your healthcare team count.

Get your personalized conversation guide.

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Meet Debbie: Finding Support in the Face of a PBC Diagnosis

November 17, 2017
Debbie P., a mom of three adult children and grandmother of two, was looking forward to the next chapter of her life, including planning for an early retirement from her job as a fingerprint supervisor.
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Meet Brandi: Learning to Pay Attention to Your Liver

November 17, 2017
When Brandi B., the director of a non-profit organization for violent and sexual crime victims, was in her early 30s, she began experiencing unusually high levels of stress and fatigue.
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The LiveHer Story. A Journey of Understanding and Hope.

November 16, 2017
Inspired by her mom’s courage in the face of PBC, photographer Emily Blincoe captures the impact of PBC on three women. Ultimately, she discovers the strength of women who, like her mom, take control of their health and are able to thrive despite PBC.
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Meet Bel: Maintaining a Positive Spirit

November 13, 2017
Bel K., who is currently living with stage 4 PBC, is the ultimate fighter. A single mom to a teenage daughter, her journey has not been easy.
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Do you have primary biliary cholangitis or PBC?

Whether you’re fighting fatigue, itching, or tracking your liver levels, your healthcare team plays a big role managing this liver autoimmune disease. MyPBC Coach™ is here to help you get the most from your care.

This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. All decisions regarding your treatment should be made by your healthcare professionals.