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The Polyposis Registry

Have any questions? The Polyposis Registry look after people with a polyposis syndrome and their relatives throughout the patient journey. They also provide education for healthcare professionals and the public and actively carry out research.


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The Patient Journey

What happens following referral? Click the links below provided by the PolyPosis Registry for more information on what your Polyposis journey could look like.

Q&A panel at St Mark’s Information Day

Take a listen to the latest Q&A session from 2019’s Information Day. Click here

St. Marks Information Day Research 2019

Want to hear about all of the latest research happening behind the scenes in 2019? Click here

Young people

A message from Dr. Warren Hyer, Consultant Paediatrician and Consultant Gastroenterologist at St Marks Hospital. Click here

Feeling dehydrated? Have some E-Mix!

St Marks famous Electrolyte Mix may be the one for you! Click here

Bowel Management with FAP

Ellie Bradshaw (CNS Biofeedback), discusses discuss some dietary modifications which can be used to regulate bowel function and strategies for bowel management such as managing frequency, urgency and incontinence. Click here

Need help with nutrition?

Take a look at PolyPeople member Rachel's suggestions by Click here

What is a Desmoid Tumour?

Everything you need to know about Desmoid Tumours! Click here

Useful links:

The Polyposis Registry:

Patient Info:


The FAP Gene Support Group:



Inside Out Stoma Support Group:

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