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Fibroid Fighters and The White Dress Project Events Emphasize the Need for Fibroid Awareness on World Kindness Day

November 01,2021

Fibroid Experts, Patients and Celebrity Survivors Share Fibroid Journeys to Create Support for $150 Million Fibroid Research and Education Legislation

Two national fibroid nonprofits are uniting by holding events on November 13, recognized as World Kindness Day, to promote empathy about fibroid disease. This extremely common health condition affects over 26 million American women but receives little attention and is the leading cause of hysterectomies. The Fibroid Fighters and The White Dress Project are both holding Awareness brunches to join legislators, community leaders, physicians, and survivors in calling for a better understanding of fibroid disease.

“Fibroid Fighters is holding Awareness brunches to focus national awareness on uterine fibroids so women can make informed health decisions.”— Yan Katsnelson, M.D., Founder of Fibroid Fighters

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