Be Womb Cancer Aware.

Written by Kaz Molloy On 23rd Dec 2009 I was diagnosed with womb cancer. The diagnosis came out of the blue as I was being seen by a gynaecologist for fibroids and an MRI scan to determine the size of them had picked up the cancer.  I had never heard of “endometrial carcinoma” and actually Continue Reading

Most Likely to Be Diagnosed, and Most Likely to Be Left out the Spotlight

Most Likely to Be Diagnosed & Most Likely to Be Left out the Spotlight Hiding in Plain Sight – Asian Women and Endometriosis by Nikita Aashi Chadha I want to start this article by alluding to a previous one (http://cysters.org/use-it-or-lose-it-white-privilege-and-the-dangers-of-a-single-story/). Last year, I wrote about the prevalence of white privilege within the reproductive health space, Continue Reading