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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1808.  A.S Whalley,nr clitheroe, lancs Recently been diagnosed with fibroids and would like to have more research
1807.  J.S Wakefield
1806.  J.F Warrington
1805.  E.G Poole
1804.  J London Research is essential for fiboids early treatment should be available to avoid problems in later life. I know as up against a brick wallin trying to get diagfnosis for probable cancer in uterus something found but more of less told I am too old to get further than an ultrasound to find out exactly what is wrong more of less told their will be no treatment at all for me because of age though not yet eighty still a viable human being careing for myself. If fibroids had been avoided or removed at an ealy age could be no excuse now for saying lumps in utrus probably fibroids so nothing else offered even though I want to know if I have cancer or not.
1803.  A.M LONDON Too many women suffer from fibroids and here must be something else we can do than having a very invasive surgery thx
1802.  J.M Daventry
1801.  A.R Cheltenham
1800.  I.B Cambuslang This is the condition which has a major impact on women's life (social, work, emotional). It needs to be recognized as such and more research should be undertaken
1799.  J.P Wembley This subject needs everyone's support irrespective of gender or race. By helping you are enabling potential new life that is being lost. All the best. Janvi
1798.  K.P Clapham It is important that research in this area is continued in order for more women to remain fertile and to avoid invasive surgery.
1797.  J.E Wellingborough I have fibroids and had UAE some years ago to treat the largest ones present at the time as I had very heavy periods but I think there should be more research into how to diagnoise and treat them especially in young women as it can be a source of functional/physical infertility if they get very large.
1796.  K.T Lichfield Having suffered for years before finally having no choice but to undergo a hysterectomy, I feel it is so important to undertake more research and educate people about this condition
1795.  D.E Rochdale
1794.  M.S Derby
1793.  K.S Derby
1792.  S.B Little Eaton Derby
1791.  J.P Belper Derbyshire
1790.  W.N Ripley
1789.  J.D Little Eaton, Derbyshire Definitely need more research into this condition.....
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