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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1545.  J.W Dartford
1544.  J.B Houghton Regis
1543.  A.B Portsmouth Fibroids are horrible and as horrible is the unsympathetic and ignorant attitude of the health sector towards this condition that I have so far experienced. I am glad to have found this website and pleased to sign this petition
1542.  D.J Hammersmith
1541.  K.H Southampton
1540.  J.B London I have a vested interest. (Sorry my email address in the first sign-up is incorrect). Please use this current sign up as this is correct.
1539.  J.B London I have a vested interest.
1538.  A.P Nether ALderley Debilitating condition and many women not advised well
1537.  A.M GLASGOW
1536.  J.M Oakhill stoke on trent
1535.  C.G Stanford-le-Hope Having recently experienced having a fibroid and never hearing anything about it before, I think more research and awareness etc is imperative.
1534.  C.D Cambridge
1533.  N.V London
1532.  J.S Pudsey
1531.  O.A Peterborough I support this petition for governmet to put fibroid in the top of agenda for research funding for early detection and more importantly the use of non-invasive treatments. This disease is more common than a lot of people realise.
1530.  T.H Netherton, bootle, liverpool Research for better treatment is needed fibroids cause me a lot of pain and other problems i spend at least 4 days a month in bed in terrible pain and very heavey bleeding feel very sick and extremley tired
1529.  R.M High Wycombe There seems to be little new research into a condition which is debilitating for man. I would have hoped that the hyterectomy could have been replaced by a less radical treatment. It's a great shame as it affects many women.
1528.  D.R Rutherglen I think the treatment of women and their fibroids is not taken seriously enough. More has to be done to help women suffering from these sometimes very problematic tumours.
1527.  I.B Bath
1526.  S.R London My first encounter of Fibroids was back in 2005 and again in 2007. Before that it was not something I had heard about at all so was a complete surprise to me when I heard I had the first one. I only decided to get my symptoms checked out after they got really bad. Raising awareness and research into Fibroids could not be more important. It would provide women with all the information needed so that it is not completely alien. The more information we have out there the better.
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