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The Hidden Cost of Menopause – Diane writes for the Daily Telegraph

Writing in Today’s Daily Telegraph, Diane Danzebrink has set out the reasons why she became a menopause counsellor – and a passionate campaigner for the rights of menopausal women. In the same week she crossed swords with the President of the Royal College of GPs in a Radio 5 Live interview, DI has now taken Read more about The Hidden Cost of Menopause – Diane writes for the Daily Telegraph[…]

Relationships and jobs being lost because of menopause, Di Danzebrink tells Radio Ulster

Couples are losing their relationships and women their jobs because of symptoms of menopause, and the situation is so severe the economy is being affected, Diane told a Northern Ireland audience on the BBC Radio Ulster afternoon show today. Responding to an initiative by the Northern Ireland Police Service to develop a code around the Read more about Relationships and jobs being lost because of menopause, Di Danzebrink tells Radio Ulster[…]

Challenging menopause discussion on BBC Radio 5 live

Sparks flew in the BBC Radio 5 Live studio on Tuesday when menopause campaigners and senior medical professionals got together to talk about menopause. The afternoon programme, with presenter Nihal Arthanayake, was being guest-edited by Meg Matthews, former wife of rock superstar Noel Gallagher and now a menopause campaigner following her own personal experiences of  Read more about Challenging menopause discussion on BBC Radio 5 live[…]

NICE to see You? To see you – not.

Diane Danzebrink has been pushing for answers to your questions around menopause. Questions were asked of the General Medical Council (GMC), the Royal College of GPs, the UK professional body for general practitioners and to The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), which provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care. The NICE response was judged “not very helpful, to be honest” by Di. Read more.