News and events

IBS – It’s not all in your head!

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a very common digestive disorder affecting nearly 1 in 20 of the UK population, which is around 3.2 million individuals. With this in mind, you’ll probably know multiple people with IBS!...

18th September 2020

Pass on a cure for digestive diseases

Pass on something wonderful… pass on a cure for digestive diseases This week, Guts UK celebrates #RememberACharityWeek, when hundreds of UK charities come together, encouraging people to leave gifts in wills, passing on something wonderful...

7th September 2020

Do you suffer with Chronic Pain?

Guts UK have been approached by NICE (the UK body aiming to improve outcomes for those using the NHS and public/social services) to gather comments from our community on chronic pain. Guts UK will represent...

26th August 2020

Faster diagnosis needed to beat deadliest cancers

Guts UK is is calling for is calling for focus, prioritisation and investment in order to speed up the detection and diagnosis of the UK’s deadliest cancers, as part of the Less Survivable Cancers Taskforce...

25th August 2020

Pledge for Pancreatitis

It’s time to get to grips with Pancreatitis In December 2020, Guts UK will be running our first ever Christmas Campaign to get to grips with pancreatitis, through the Big Give match-funding campaign. This summer...

12th August 2020

#GearUpForGuts to Keep us on Track!

Can we count on you to Gear Up for Guts this August and keep us on track? This month, Guts UK would have raised £30,000 through the Prudential Ride London. There were 66 bold supporters...

6th August 2020

Medically Not Yet Explained Symptoms: Be Part of Research

Medically not yet explained symptoms (MNYES) priority setting partnership (PSP) Have you got 10 minutes to spare to help guide future research? Guts UK are helping the University of York, The Clinical Center of Excellence...

23rd July 2020

Trainee Awards: Now Open

Guts UK and the British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) are passionate about nurturing the researchers of the future, to discover new knowledge about our guts. We’re proud to open the 2020 ‘Trainee Research Awards’. These awards are open...

14th July 2020