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Chloe Benn

Chloe Benn MSc MRPharmS is principal pharmacist, women and children’s services at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

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  • Fibroids: advice and treatment optionsSubscription

    PJ, 22/29 March 2014, Vol 292, No 7802/3

    Fibroids (also known as uterine leiomyomas, uterine myomas or fibromyomas) grow in and around the uterus walls. They occur in women of childbearing age, most commonly becoming symptomatic in those aged between 30 and 50 years. Fibroid-related problems include heavy menstrual bleeding, back pain, constipation and pregnancy complications. These benign fibrotic tumours account for one in five gynaecological outpatient attendances but some symptoms may be self-managed.

  • Understanding meningococcal diseaseSubscription

    PJ, January 2013

    Despite news of a new meningococcal vaccine, it may be a while until meningococcal disease is a thing of the past

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