Dr. McLucas, live at the KJLH Health Fair. Radio personality Adai Lamar introduces the doctor and his minimally invasive approach to ending fibroid problems.
Ms. Williams reports on embolization and the physician who pioneered it, Dr. Bruce McLucas. See why this simple, non-surgical procedure is changing women’s options in fibroid treatment.
Cancer risk with a common surgery? Dr. Bruce McLucas, pioneer of Uterine Fibroid Embolization, answers questions regarding the recent FDA news regarding Fibroid Morcellation and its use in the removal of uterine fibroids.
- by: Walter Pouchot
The big message? You are not alone. Roughly 40% of all women over 40 will have fibroids. In the African American community, that stat jumps to nearly 50%. Pat and the Doctor talk about symptoms, the need for educational outreach and a non-surgical treatment alternative called Uterine Artery Embolization.
During Fibroid Awareness Week, Dr. Bruce McLucas, founder of the Fibroid Treatment Collective, talked with Jean Martirez of Fox News about symptoms of fibroids, diagnosis and uterine fibroid embolization as a non-surgical treatment option.
If you’ve ever wondered exactly what embolization involves, how it works, or what the patient experiences, this is your chance to see an actual treatment. A live embolization case, performed by Dr. McLucas gives awareness for a safe alternative treatment for fibroids. Because embolization is not surgery, the procedure involves only a tiny incision and […]
Despite 600,000 hysterectomies, fibroids remain the number one reason women undergo surgery. While removal of the uterus may be the best treatment, uterine artery embolization may be a non-surgical option for many women with symptomatic fibroids. Dr. Lauren Streicher speaks with Dr. Bruce McLucas, clinical professor in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at UCLA, […]