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News from 'down under'

#pelvicroar are delighted to support and be supported by the inspirational Kath Mazzella in Australia, a campaigner on a variety of pelvic health issues. Kath is also a survivor of gynaecological cancer. More details about Kath and her work can be found at www.kathmazzella.com, and some of her recent media mentions are listed below:

https://issuu.com/rrrnetworkwa/docs/rrr-network--september-2018-issuu - Pages 50-52

https://www.verveup.com/shesaid/vivalavulva-understanding-kath-mazzellas-vision

https://www.stivesretirementliving.com.au/thrive-magazine/thrive-magazine-latest-issue/

Not So Secret Women's Business

https://www.facebook.com/kath.mazzella/videos/1142901549079655/?fref=mentions

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