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Largest analysis of UK health research funding published

A report published today delivers the most comprehensive analysis of UK health research funding ever compiled. Bringing together data from 146 charity, professional and public sector organisations, the UK Health Research Analysis 2018 found that...

28th January 2020

Calling all Guardians of the Gut

Calling all Guardians of the Gut. Stand up and be counted – your nation needs you! One of the most important objectives of Guts UK’s research strategy is to maintain the supply of bright inquiring...

21st January 2020

New report into Acute Small Bowel Obstruction

NCEPOD (The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome & Death) review clinical practice and identify possibly improvements in treatment and patient care. They have reviewed the clinical care of patients admitted to hospital with acute bowel...

14th January 2020

Introducing two new members of Team Guts UK

This charity was set up to change something – to increase the levels of research into diseases of the gut, liver and pancreas so no one suffers in silence or alone. Since 1971 we have...

14th January 2020

Hustle with Russell the Brussel in our Christmas Game!

Join in the festive fun! Have some festive fun and learn more about Guts UK by playing Open Up, a brand new game that takes Russell the Brussel on a yuletide adventure. Ferrier Pearce Creative Group picked Guts...

16th December 2019

Channel 5 seeks people with IBS for new documentary

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...

16th December 2019

Pancreatic Enzymes & Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency (PEI) can develop when the pancreas doesn’t work properly. The pancreas is a key component of our digestive system and has two main functions. Initially it breaks down food into smaller parts...

29th November 2019

Survey – Express Your Opinion on a Pancreatic Research

Bart’s Cancer Institute is designing a research project on pancreatic cancer. The project aims to evaluate known risk factors of pancreatic cancer, and identify novel ones, in a multi-ethnic population of East London. The project...

27th November 2019