Media

Sydney Fibroid Clinic has discussed fibroids, adenomyosis and alternatives to hysterectomy in a number of media outlets and publications.

View our media coverage here.


Channel 7

Channel 7

An interview with Dr Eisen Liang and Dr Bevan Brown.

Watch this short video by the Channel 7 News team on UFE – non-surgical treatment for fibroids.

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Mums At The Table

Mums At The Table

Interview with Eisen Liang: Ask the Experts

Why am I suffering from chronic period pain? Why does my period seem to last longer than normal? Dr Eisen Liang is here to answer all the frequently asked questions about your menstrual cycle.

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The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

A New Solution to Women’s Severe Pain that isn’t a Hysterectomy

Elizabeth Abdallah was held prisoner by severe and painful periods for more than 30 years with only one way out.

 

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Ross Walker

Ross Walker

Radio interview with Dr Eisen Liang.

Listen to Dr Ross Walker’s radio interview with fibroid embolisation specialist Dr Eisen Liang on UFE (Uterine Fibroid Embolisation)

Medianet Productions

Medianet Productions

Elizabeth’s Journey with Adenomyosis

How Elizabeth treated her adenomyosis, with uterine artery embolisation.

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Breaking News

Breaking News

San study offers fresh hope for women suffering debilitating menstrual condition

A groundbreaking new study undertaken by two doctors from Sydney Adventist Hospital is offering fresh hope for women whose lives are severely impacted by heavy menstrual bleeding and period pain.

The study, led by San interventional radiologist Dr Eisen Liang and gynaecologist Dr Bevan Brown, has shown that Uterine Artery Embolisation (UAE) treatment may be a potential alternative for those women who otherwise faced the prospect of a hysterectomy. UAE is a little-known, non-surgical procedure, often used to shrink fibroids, which are non-cancerous tumours of the womb.

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Today Tonight

Today Tonight

Dr Eisen Liang and Dr Bevan Brown Discussing UFE as treatment for Fibroids.

Watch this 3-minute video produced for Today Tonight by Channel 7.

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