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Uterine Fibroids: Can Lifestyle Changes Help

September 28,2022

In a chat with Real Health, Melissa Muganzo Murphy, 34, an actress and filmmaker and a supporter of the nonprofit organization Fibroid Fighters Foundation, discusses her experience using alternative methods to relieve the symptoms of fibroids, noncancerous growths that affect between 20% and 80% of women before age 50.

“I’m West Indian and Kenyan, so I grew up taking herbs and wasn’t new to the idea that natural products can help to heal the body,” Melissa said.

Melissa also discuses her new film, “The Big Hysto” which is all about people who have negotiated the medical system.

Read the entire story here.

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