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Help us reach our goal to finish the
Red Alert documentary
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Together, we can push toward building awareness and funding for
fibroid research and education.

With your help, we can connect and assist those working to find a cause and cure for uterine fibroids and other related reproductive health issues.

Our current efforts include virtual discussions and speaking engagements with leaders in women's health and wellness, fibroid awareness and impact filmmaking.

In January we launched our monthly newsletter, If Walls Could Talk.

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Red Alert is a medical, social, political and mental health movement for women. Your support will also go toward our efforts to grow fibroid awareness worldwide. 

The numbers of women affected by these reproductive abnormalities

grows larger everyday. 


No more suffering in silence. 


Film and media are master keys to spreading awareness and finding ways

to eradicate uterine fibroids.

The Stephanie Tubbs Jones Uterine Fibroid
Research and Education Act

In the U.S., over half-million fibroid-related hysterectomies are performed annually, yet only $17 million has been allocated for fibroid research, putting it in the bottom 50 of almost 300 funded conditions, even though the direct and indirect medical costs related to fibroids amount to an estimated $35 billion each year in the U.S. alone. Since August 3, 2020, the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Uterine Fibroid Research and Education Act has been reintroduced by several members of Congress, including (fmr. Sen.) VP Kamala Harris (D-CA), Congresswoman Yvette Clarke (D-NY) and most recently, U.S. Senators Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Shelley Moore Capito (R-W. Va.), who reintroduced the bill on July 23, 2021. If passed, the bill will provide $150 million toward fibroid research and education, identifying key areas of insufficiency in fibroid awareness, research and treatment. 

More information on the Stephanie Tubbs Jones Uterine Fibroid Research and Education Act
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