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Facing invasive treatments for uterine fibroids, Black women advocate for better care

Kristina Omari was 42 years old when her OB-GYN, a Black woman as well, recommended she get a hysterectomy. Omari had dutifully attended her check-ups every year, but this was the first time the doctor had ever mentioned the presence of fibroids — noncancerous tumors growing on the wall of […]