November 1st is World Acromegaly Day

Patient advocacy groups around the world observe November 1st as World Acromegaly Day to focus the public's attention on a disease that takes much...

A fascinating chat between a patient and her doctor

Don't miss today's podcasts. Sometimes it is through these genuine, unscripted chats that we get insight into what it is like to deal with...
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Pituitary MRI educational series: Double pituitary adenomas in a patient with acromegaly

From the desk of Pituitary World News cofounder Dr. Lewis Blevins a fascinating rare case of a double pituitary adenoma in a person with...

Developing a new drug for acromegaly

As we reported earlier this year, the acromegaly new drug development world has seen very exciting activity. Several studies are in the pipeline for oral...

Podcast: Silent Pituitary Adenomas

Our podcast today is on silent pituitary adenomas.  This is a fascinating look into these tumors that are thought not to secrete hormones.  In...

Podcast: Pegvisomant, glucose metabolism, and acromegaly

In this podcasts, we discuss an important recent meta-analysis study from the University of Rome on the relationship between pegvisomant, a drug used for...

More info on a current acromegaly drug trial. Learn more here

Antisense drugs are small DNA - or RNA - drugs that are designed to target disease-associated proteins with the objective of slowing or stopping the progression...

Can oversharing information be the best medicine?

Jay Libove, a privacy and security expert, and pituitary patient discusses privacy and sharing information on social media In today’s new age of digital medicine...
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A picture is worth a thousand words. No translation needed!

From The French Acromegaly patient organization, Acromegales, pas seulement - This is an excellent awareness video from French acromegaly patient organization "Acromegales, pas Seulement" on the symptoms...
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An amazing diagnosis story

If you don't think it is essential to let someone know that you suspect they may have a pituitary condition, then please...

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