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Wellbeing of Women to fund incontinence research

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BMI Healthcare has donated £35,000 to the charity Wellbeing of Women to help fund research into incontinence.

The donation was presented to Wellbeing of Women celebrity ambassador Fiona Bruce at the The Clementine Churchill Hospital in North West London last week.

The donation will cover the cost of a Wellbeing of Women Entry Level Scholarship, awarded to Dr Evangelia Bakali, an incontinence researcher at the University of Leicester.

Wellbeing of Women raises funds for medical research and the development of specialist doctors and nurses working in reproductive and gynaecological health.

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