The Daily Express newspaper has published an article quoting experts supporting our claim that family doctors are wrongly prescribing antidepressants instead of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to menopausal women because they do not have sufficient training to spot the condition.
Di Danzebrinks’ moving account of her shock introduction to menopause – and why she used that experience as a catalyst to become a campaigner – is the subject of a major opinion article in the paper this week.
Over the weekend I wrote to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Health Secretary Matt Hancock with some key questions about menopause care, If you would like to write to the health secretary there is a template letter in the resources section of this website.
Di Danzebrink joined presenter Nana Akua on BBC Three Counties Radio for an update on how the menopause campaign is going.
The British Menopause Society has released a really helpful series of short videos with menopause experts talking about all aspects of menopause.
Hi everyone, the start of a new year and a new Parliament would seem like an opportune time to contact all our MPs to ask what they are doing about the HRT shortage and the wider campaign issues. If we all did it thousands of letters and emails would arrive in MPs offices over the next few days.
Last September DI Danzebrink was delighted to be asked to give the closing keynote speech at the British Assoc for Counselling & Psychotherapy annual conference and then to write an article for their magazine. Read it here.
What a year it has been for all things menopause!
If you missed BBC Breakfast on the last day of 2019 featuring the #MakeMenopauseMatter campaign, you can watch it here.
The Daily Express has published a double-page feature spread on the current HRT shortage situation and featured a story written by Menopause Support founder, Diane Danzebrink. The paper features the story on the front page with an appeal to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to end what it calls the “HRT shortage scandal”.