Wellbeing of Women saves and transforms the lives of women and babies through medical research into gynaecological and reproductive health. We fund doctors, scientists and researchers to develop pioneering new cures and treatments for childbirth and pregnancy complications, gynaecological cancers and overlooked condition such as endometriosis.

THREE AREAS WE FUND

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Gynaecological Cancers

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We were joined by over 40 guests in the gorgeous setting of Harvey Nichols’ Brasserie at The Mailbox in Birmingham to hear from menopause...

Alice Pakenham opens up about endometriosis and pregnancy

Wellbeing of Women philanthropy manager opens up about her endometriosis journey Alice Pakenham was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2009 at the age of 20 after...

Lunch with Nadiya Hussain and Eve Pollard at Avenue

We are delighted to announce a special lunch with Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain in one of her few live appearances this...

Liz Earle and Eve Pollard Champagne Lunch at Holkham Hall

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A Guide to Managing PCOS While we recognised PCOS awareness month this September, there is still a lot that people don’t know about the condition....

Menopause: The Hot Topic with Anthea Turner at Harvey Nichols

Menopause: The Hot Topic with expert speakers at Harvey Nichols, Mailbox Join menopause experts Miss Lynne Robinson and Dr Shahzadi Harper and guest speaker and...

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

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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...