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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
119.  R.S Canterbury
118.  C.A Worcester Yes indeed more research! on solutions and reduction of risks.
117.  S.M.M LONDON
116.  I.C Berks
115.  G.J London
114.  R.N Bradford I was diagnosed with fibroids over 10 years ago and had they been treated then I would not now be put in a position where I have to consider an hysterectomy at the age of 43!
113.  U.E Chadwell St Mary I certainly agree with the view that Fibroids have not received as much attention as it should, considering its prevalence and effects on women. I will be happy to see that more is done towards research and education in the UK.
112.  P.P Plymouth
111.  L.L North Petherwin, Launceston
110.  L.W Haverhill
109.  K.D York
108.  J.B Edenbridge
107.  J.E Bingley Just because it's not cancer doesn't mean it's not worth treating. Surely quality of life needs to move higher up the agenda.
106.  B.S Borehamwood I have just cancelled my hysterectomy that was due to take place next week. My gynaecologist wanted to 'whip' out everything including my ovaries even though I have only just turned 43. I have heard of good results in the US where Mifepriston or RU-486 has been used to treat fibroids. I want to take part in trials of this drug here as it sounds amazing. Is any research going on in the UK on the effectiveness of this drug in treating fibroids?
105.  B.W Edinburgh
104.  A.S Elland
103.  J.S Feltham
102.  S.O Lockerley
101.  O.A London I feel strongly about improving research, care and training on fibroid.
100.  S.M HAVERFORDWEST There is definitely a need for more research and better training for GPs, obgyns and consultant gynaes in this area. it took nearly 13 years from my first symptoms before I finaly found out I had a fibroid - I had started to pass clots and had slight back pain to start and my cycle became shorter and periods heavier over this period of time but was told that this was to be expected!I had UAE in October 2007 and although because of the size of my fibroid it took a while for things to get better it is the best thing I have ever done and I am glad i spent the time to search out a good gynae and interventional radiologist - it took about 18 months and vistst o 5 gynaes and 4 hospitals
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