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.

THREE AREAS WE FUND

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Gynaecological Cancers

FEATURED

Samar Elorbany – Improving response to chemo in ovarian cancer

There are more than 7,000 new cases of ovarian cancer diagnosed every year in the UK. More than 70% of them are diagnosed at...

Dr Emily Cornish – Immune Response in Recurrent Adverse Pregnancy Outcome

Understanding why some babies are damaged by the mother’s immune system during pregnancy, leading to miscarriage and stillbirth Scientists are investigating a new treatment for...

An Audience with Adam Kay

We were joined by best-selling author and comedian Adam Kay for a delicious lunch at the stylish Avenue, St James on Tuesday 30 April...

Our runners in this year’s London Marathon

Click on the links below to support our wonderful runners in this year's London Marathon: Michelle Cooper Joshua Bye to donate Collette Farley Rebecca Weatherhead-Featherston Bjorj Klem Alison Maclean James Monk Andrew...

Wellbeing of Women chosen as benefiting charity of 2019 Magnolia Cup

The 2019 Magnolia Cup charity race at Goodwood Racecourse will feature a field of strong, inspirational women from the worlds of business, sport, fashion,...

Mother’s Day Board 2019

Stuck for what to buy your mum this Mothering Sunday? Support our Mum’s Make a Difference campaign and help us fund research to help save...

There’s been no new treatments for 40 years…

1 in 10 Women: Silent Suffering from Endometriosis Endometriosis is a cripplingly disease that causes cells from the womb lining to grow outside the womb,...

I was diagnosed with stage 2 womb cancer at 35 years...

Dafina Malovska’s Story Everyone has a story, and this is mine. My name is Dafina and I’m 39.  Four years ago, I was living a...