Sateria Venable to Address Global Healthcare Conferences in May 2019

WASHINGTON, DC, April 26, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — The Fibroid Foundation (, a nonprofit dedicated to creating and supporting initiatives to find a cure for fibroids, today announced that its Founder and Executive Director Sateria Venable, will be a featured panelist at leading healthcare conferences in the United States and Canada this spring.

They are:
Accessing the Spectrum of Quality Health Care (ACOG), Nashville, Tennessee, May 3rd
Topic: “Comparing Patient Centered Treatment Options for Uterine Fibroids: Balancing Symptoms Burden, Surgical Innovation and the Patient’s Voice”
Society of Endometriosis and Uterine Disorders (SEUD), Montreal, Canada, May 17th
Topic: “New insights from endometriosis management in the real world: Learnings from a large observational study”

“It is an honor to be invited to speak at these highly influential healthcare conferences,” notes Venable, who has been actively involved for over a decade in advocacy work. “Uterine fibroids, menstruation and pelvic health issues have long been overlooked. That is being remedied with open and honest dialogue that will contribute to enhanced treatment options for the patient. I am looking forward to participating in the conversation in an instructive manner on global platforms, as well as fortifying my own knowledge base.”

Venable is a leading authority on fibroid treatment. She is the co-author of a scientific paper for the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology on fibroids – – and co-author of two soon to be released publications on the national Compare-UF fibroid study that registered over 3,000 women in the U.S. and has been featured in many leading media outlets, including The Washington Post, ThriveGlobal, Buzzfeed, HuffPost, and multiple podcasts.

About The Fibroid Foundation
Founded in 2013 by Sateria Venable, a patient advocate diagnosed with fibroids at the age of 26, the Fibroid Foundation has become the premier global community of Fibroids patients. The non-profit collaborates with fellow patients and healthcare providers to foster a supportive relationship where informed women can regularly communicate with trusted medical providers. It has developed a substantial network within the medical community and consults within the healthcare industry. The Fibroid Foundation has ramped up its sponsorship of regional talks by engaging ambassadors in major cities. Venable, who received a B.S. in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, is a sought-after speaker whose personal insights and experience foster a uniquely supportive and empowering movement.


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