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Cushing's Disease Support & Resources
This section of the Web site provides resources with helpful information and support for patients with Cushing's disease. However, remember to always use your doctor or nurse as your first reference. In this section, you'll find:
Part I of The Voices of Cushing's Disease video series discusses the diagnostic journey of patients and some of the common themes and challenges involved in a Cushing's disease diagnosis. Click here to watch the video.
Part II of The Voices of Cushing's Disease video series discusses the daily challenges of people living with Cushing's disease and highlights the importance of disease management. Click here to watch the video.
Neurosurgeon Dr. Harvey Cushing discovered Cushing's disease in 1932. Significant advances have been made since, but there is still a lot of work to do. What might Dr. Cushing say about various aspects of Cushing's disease management today? Click here to view.
An infographic representing some of the short-term and long-term risks faced by patients with Cushing's disease, and how good management and long-term follow-up can help reduce them. Click here to view.
A guide designed to help you talk openly with your healthcare professional about Cushing's disease, as well as track your test results. It provides a chart to track your visits and cortisol levels and a list of questions that help to open up discussions and communications with your doctor. Click here to view.
Program designed to provide support to those living with the physical manifestations of Cushing's disease through the art of makeup, offering resources such as makeup tutorials and educational tips. Click here to view.
Dr. Shlomo Melmed discusses the mechanisms of pituitary diseases including Cushing’s disease. Program topics include an overview of pituitary diseases, pituitary dysregulation in adenomas, and Cushing’s disease. Click here to watch the video.
Dr. John Carmichael discusses maintaining biochemical control in individuals with Cushing's disease. Program topics include the importance of biochemical control in individuals with pituitary adenomas, specifically in patients with Cushing's disease. Click here to watch the video.