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Petitioner's Opinions To Support For A Call For Fibroid Research & Education Act.
Signature No. Petitioner Locality Opinions
1200.  J.O Warrington
1199.  C.L Exmouth
1198.  D.W Stowlangtoft
1197.  C.B Doncaster More research is needed urgently. Most women i know had never heard of fibroids until i was diagnosed. i now am forced to have a hysterectomy at the age of 34.while this is needed to regain my quality of life it is not a \'cure\'.there should be a way to help other women before they get to where i am now
1196.  T.S Loughborough I strongly support the call for more research into fibroids. At 28 years old I could not cope with the misery caused by fibroids any longer and opted for an endometrial ablation. I have been told by doctors that in the end the only cure will be a hysterectomy. I believe that improving fibroid treatment would improve the lives of the huge numbers of women who are affected.
1195.  M.W Coral Gables Fighting fibroids is a global problem. There isn't any reason why it shouldn't be at the top for research and NATURAL treatment as a large percent of childbearing women are affected. Besides, humans shouldn't have to live a life of misery, in some cases, just because they can't afford or want surgery. To end, with technology, hysterectomies should be redundant already. Visit my website, http://www.fibroidsfighter.com , to see what home remedies are available. Thanks!
1194.  D.S MANCHESTER
1193.  M.H Nottingham
1192.  H.S London
1191.  S.T Bradord I believe GP do not have the knowledge they need with regard to women who present with symptoms of fibroids. I believe GPs do require education to recognise symptoms and offer early referral to a specialist. Fibriod do negative impact on a woman's quality of life
1190.  N.P Kingston upon Thames
1189.  I.O Bolton
1188.  N.A Northampton
1187.  S.F London
1186.  N.C Gloucester Fibroids cause so much misery & anxiety above all the physical symptoms - more research is definitely needed.
1185.  S.A London
1184.  A.D Liverpool
1183.  L.C Fishponds bristol
1182.  J.M Surbiton Had fibroids removed last week. I am signing this petition as I would really like more information on the causes of them.
1181.  T.C.L London Over the past year I have met so many of my friends who are suffering from the disease and back in Africa it has become so common and yet there is very little awareness. It is getting to scary proportions. Dismissed as a woman's disease, but it is affecting our wives, mothers, sisters, children and hence the need to take it more seriously.
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