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In a recent government-sponsored research, Fibroids are said to occur three times as likely in African American women than in any other race of woman in the United States. So why aren’t we talking about it more? The overwhelming prevalence of the benign, non-cancerous growths are growing at a rapid rate in the African American community, to which has left women with little to no information on the options of relief in a timely manner. Surgery seems to have always been the push as a solution, but this story gives hope for natural healing enthusiasts.

Joy Palevsky had fibroids in her uterus so large she looked five months pregnant, and her gynecologist was urging her to get the standard treatment for the condition: a hysterectomy.

However, the New York City woman didn’t want something that drastic, so she tried holistic medicine instead.

Today, Palevsky’s symptoms are gone, and she is a convert to a treatment that many in modern medicine might find strange

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