News and events

Guts UK Charity at the BSG 2018 Conference

Last week Guts UK spent 4 days in a gloriously sunny Liverpool attending the yearly conference of the British Society of Gastroenterology. BSG’s conferences are always vibrant and exciting but this one was particularly so...

11th June 2018

Guts UK Team and Chair of Trustees

Guts to Go Further

  In addition to completing five half marathons in just five months to help raise money for Guts UK, Ali Cross is now training to run the London Marathon in April for the same reason....

25th March 2018

The 5th Liverpool National Pancreas Patient and Public Forum

People affected by pancreas diseases, including pancreatic cancer, are invited to attend the 5th National Pancreas Diseases Patient and Public Forum, which is being held on Friday 18th May 2018 at The Foresight Centre, Liverpool. The event...

20th March 2018

NICE Guidelines on Pancreatitis Diagnosis and Management

Pancreatitis is an important condition for Guts UK, and a key area of research for our organisation. NICE (The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) is a non-departmental public body responsible for providing national...

14th March 2018

Latest NICE Guidelines on Pancreatic Cancer

New guidelines on the diagnosis and management of pancreatic cancer Pancreatic cancer is a type of cancer that affects the pancreas, a large gland found behind the stomach in the upper abdomen. It produces digestive...

19th February 2018

Exciting New Breakthrough for IBS Sufferers

Guts UK is excited about recent research on Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) from Professor Kevin Whelan, at King’s College London. Knitted guts created by Women’s Institure group Cupcakes and Cocktails IBS affects 1 in 7...

15th February 2018

Show Your Guts Some Love for Lent

Have you got the guts to take on a new challenge for Guts UK? The G.U.T challenge is… well it’s all about G.U.T. Can you think of a challenge that fits the acronym? You’ll take...

10th February 2018