The Fibroid Center at Boston Medical Center will provide exceptional care to patients with uterine fibroids through a multidisciplinary, patient-centered, and evidence-based approach.
- 70-80% of women will develop uterine fibroids by age 50 of which 25-50% of whom will develop symptoms.
- Black women experience symptoms & diagnosis at an earlier age and larger, more numerous fibroids.
Please contact Program Coordinator Clare Hogan at [email protected] for more information.
Centering Patients with Fibroids
Centering groups focus on providing excellent healthcare, interactive learning and success in building relationships and community between group members. The Centering Healthcare model is being used to develop a longitudinal patient education and empowerment group. Group topics will focus on symptoms and treatment options, and specific sessions will be dedicated to discussing the patient experience.
Centering (Patients With) Fibroids Survey
Are you a Black woman between 25-45 years of age?
Do you have uterine fibroids with:
- pelvic pain
- heavy bleeding
You may be eligible to participate in a new research study!
- $120 for participation
- Self care personal kit
- Hybrid Program: in-person and Zoom sessions
Our team is comprised of gynecologists, reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialists, interventional radiologists, patients, hematologists, and a program coordinator.
Clinical Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Boston University School of Medicine
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Assistant Professor of Radiology, Boston University School of Medicine
This project is funded by the Forward for Health Equity Grant from Myovant Sciences.