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We're a fibroid-focused collective of doctors with extensive experience in fibroid embolization; the non-surgical approach that treats fibroids by shrinking them, rather than removing the uterus or uterine tissue.
We're also a collective of Patient Advocates. Women who don't want surgery. Or have already experienced multiple fibroid surgeries. Or simply believe a less invasive treatment is a better treatment. They freely share their experience with embolization on this site and in our webinars and seminars.
FTC founder, Bruce McLucas believes that traditional fibroid surgeries, such as hysterectomy (surgical removal of the uterus) and myomectomy (surgical removal of fibroids) should never be a patient's only option. He introduced Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) to America in 1994 and has performed thousands of successful procedures. Dr McLucas actively trains other physicians in UFE.
Fibroids are benign/non-cancerous tumors associated with the uterus. They are made up of dense, fibrous tissue, which is where the term ‘fibroids’ comes from. Fibroids can appear at almost any time after puberty. However, fibroids are most likely to be diagnosed during pregnancy or perimenopause. To learn more about non-surgical fibroid treatment, reach out to […] Learn more
Fibroids are the most common form of pelvic tumors in women. While benign, (non-cancerous), they can have a negative impact on a woman’s health in many ways. Some of the symptoms include: Abnormal periods Excessive bleeding Anemia Pain Bladder dysfunctions Bowl dysfunctions Fertility issues Fibroids begin as ordinary muscle cells in the walls of the […] Learn more
A recent U.S. study, along with patient experiences around the world, support that Uterine Fibroid Embolization (UFE) is a safe and appropriate treatment for women of childbearing age. Additionally, UFE can have distinct advantages over fibroid surgeries, such as a myomectomy, for fibroid patients who wish to get pregnant. “Uterine Fibroid Embolization isn’t for women […] Learn more