Theramex raises awareness for Uterine Fibroids Week

Theramex raises awareness for Uterine Fibroids Week

 May 20, 2024

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Theramex understands the many health issues that can impact women in the workplace.

The company recently hosted The White Dress Project event at its UK headquarters to help raise awareness for Uterine Fibroids Week.

The event saw Theramex ask colleagues to don white outfits in solidarity with women who often shy away from doing so due to the risk of uterine fibroid related bleeding.

"Let's stand together with those affected by uterine fibroids and aim to increase the awareness around this critical issue. We need to break the silence and talk more about this condition to ensure women are informed, empowered, and receive the care they deserve," said Theramex.

​Increasing awareness around uterine fibroids

Theramex Communications Consultant

"Uterine fibroids are the most common cause of non-cancerous pelvic tumours amongst women in their reproductive years. Unfortunately, many don’t realise they have them whilst others suffer in pain and distress without knowing the root cause," explained Theramex.

To help raise attention and learn more about Uterine Fibroids, the company interviewed Communications Consultant, Janet Kettels, who shared her experience being diagnosed and is an advocate for open conversations about this often misunderstood condition.

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