We were delighted to welcome so many of you to the Family Day on Sunday 2nd October in Manchester, especially to people who braved all the rail disruption to get there! We hope you found it was a lovely day where helpful information was shared, new friendships were formed and the children’s facepainting was a …

by Claire Warburton

Latest news regarding NICE’s Topic Selection of using burosumab in XLH adults (September 2022) Background You may already be aware that XLH UK have been working hard to represent patient views to NICE since March 2021. We have also liaised closely with select expert clinicians, so that NICE has reliable information with which to make …

by Claire Warburton

Only 4 weeks to go until we look forward to welcoming you to our Family Day event 11am – 4pm at The Macdonald Hotel, Manchester, M1 2PG For more event information (FAQs) and to secure your place(s), please go to our ‘Events’ page https://xlhuk.org/events/ We really hope you can make it!

by Claire Warburton

The day before the 3rd International XLH Symposium took place in Dublin, we had a meeting of XLH patient groups from around the world, hosted by International XLH Alliance. Oliver Gardiner led several sessions as co-chair of XLH Alliance and trustees Sarah Mitson and Sally Hatton represented XLH UK in the room. International XLH Alliance …

by Claire Warburton

NICE is currently deciding on who can get access to new treatments like burosumab in England and Wales. To do this, NICE needs more evidence for how XLH affects patients’ lives today. Because it is a rare disease, there is a big gap in our understanding. One way you can help with this is by …

by Admin OG

This is the now the time to focus on the possibilities of new treatment for adults. You’ll all remember how important the ‘burden of illness’ studies can be because the healthcare assessors and decision makers across Europe need to understand what the quality of life is currently like for adults and their families living with XLH.

by Admin OG