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A leading research company will be conducting interviews for a usability study with patients diagnosed with acromegaly, carcinoid, and intestinal peptide tumors. The study is...

Briefing: A Health and Wellness news roundup for people dealing with pituitary disease

From the PWN research desk, another group of interesting articles on health and wellness specifically selected for those interested in - and affected by...
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The positive effects of laughter

From Jorge D Faccinetti, cofounder - People with pituitary conditions, particularly those who suffered a long time before they received a correct diagnosis, often deal...

Spreading the Word about Pituitary Disorders

News from the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) annual conference. From Linda M. Rio, MA Marriage & Family Therapist and PWN contributor...

Making a difference

From Jorge D Faccinetti - cofounder Pituitary World News - In today's podcasts we talk with Jill Sisco president of the Acromegaly Community, a leading...

Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen? What should I take? When?

Seems like the perennial question.  From the Cleveland Clinic comes this is handy infographic that compares the pain-relieving and fever-fighting abilities of acetaminophen and ibuprofen....

Readers weigh-in on an Affordable Care Act Poll

From JD Faccinetti - cofounder - A recent A Monmouth University Polling Institute Survey conducted March 2 – 5 of 810 adults in the US,...

So we say, yes. Go for it! Write, debate, react, get out there,...

From Jorge D. Faccinetti - cofounder -  Someone once noted that if you go to the internet to diagnose yourself, you will come away...

Ancient Peru, Incas and acromegaly

As some of you may know, my first cousin Carol Mackie Passera, who lives in the Patagonia region of Argentina and who developed acromegaly...

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