Action FCS is the UK charity for people affected by Familial Chylomicronaemia Syndrome (FCS)

FCS is an ultra-rare genetic condition.  People with FCS can't eat fat as they don't have the enzyme which breaks it down, or what enzyme they have doesn't work properly.

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FCS Awareness Day

Take the FCS 10g Fat Challenge
Friday 6th November

Get support from your community

The Facts about FCS

Learn more about FCS and its diagnosis

Symptoms of FCS

Learn more about the symptoms of FCS

Medications for FCS

Learn how FCS is treated

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Recipes

Quick and easy pack lunch

Vary this by using different forms of carbohydrate like rice or rice noodles.

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News from Action FCS

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Jill Prawer founded the LPLD Alliance, now called @ActionFCS in 2015 with three other trustees. Three years before, she had set up a community on RareConnect, creating the first opportunity for patients to connect with each other across the world.
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Dave and Pat Wade have been married for over 40 years. Pat is the treasurer for the charity @ActionFCS She was diagnosed with familial chylomicronaemia syndrome (FCS) in her late teens. Dave talks to us about how they deal with Pat’s condition as a couple. http://bit.ly/FCS-LifetimeofSupport

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