Channel 5 seeks people with IBS for new documentary

16th December 2019

Channel 5 are seeking people with IBS to take part in a new documentary, shining a light on IBS in an attempt to destigmatise the condition.  The team have partnered with IBS experts who will give tailored advice, treatment and psychological support to those with IBS.

  • Do you have IBS & are over 18 years of age?
  • Have you been diagnosed by a medical professional?
  • Are you about to begin treatment or have you tried multiple treatments with no success?
  • Are you frustrated by lack of awareness or understanding around the syndrome?
  • Would you be interested in trying the latest IBS treatment options?

If this is something you would like to be a part of, please contact FirecrestFilms:

5medical@firecrestfilms.com / 0141 530 2333 ext 380

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