Wellbeing of Women is the UK’s leading women’s reproductive and gynaecological health charity dedicated to saving and changing lives through research for over 55 years. Our pioneering work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment across the breadth of female reproductive and gynaecological health, including pregnancy & childbirth, gynaecological cancers, and overlooked areas like endometriosis and the menopause has helped save thousands of lives and ensure a better start for many babies.

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Menopause Seminars with Dr Louise Newson at Harvey Nichols around the...

Menopause: The Hot Topic with Dr Louise Newson and Anthea Turner We are delighted to announce that this Autumn, we will be taking our menopause...

A-Z of Real Birth Journeys: Proceeds from new birth book go...

Rosemari Bainbridge is a mum of two, aspiring midwife, and completing her PhD at the University of Cambridge. One Way or Another: An A-Z...

Response to Lancet study on HRT use and breast cancer risk

A study published in The Lancet indicates an increased risk of breast cancer for women using some types of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) for...

Liz Earle MBE and Eve Pollard OBE Champagne Lunch at Holkham...

Join Liz Earle MBE and Eve Pollard OBE for a Champagne Lunch with Diamond Raffle at the Lady Elizabeth Wing, Holkham Hall. Wellbeing entrepreneur Liz Earle MBE and...

Dr James Harris – Improving maternity service for women

Research shows that women themselves are an invaluable resource in identifying problems during their pregnancy. However, their concerns are often dismissed by staff. Women often face...

Historic win at Magnolia Cup in aid of Wellbeing of Women

In a historic moment, 18 year old Khadijah Mellah, the first jockey to wear a hijab, lifted the Magnolia Cup in the charity horse race in aid of Wellbeing...
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Research Updates Summer 2019

Research Updates Summer 2019: Entry Level Research Scholarships Identifying risk factors of amniotic fluid embolism and improving treatments Amniotic fluid embolism (AFE) is a life-threatening...

Runner raises money for early menopause after best friend suffers POI...

Sydney’s life changed when she was diagnosed with premature ovarian insufficiency (POI), also known as early menopause, at the age of 28. On Sunday,...