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1 in 10 women suffer in silence with Endometriosis, help us break down the stigma and raise awareness at the Illawarra's first Endometriosis High Tea on World Endometriosis Day Saturday March 25th.

Wave FM's Mel Greig is a stage 4 sufferer and Ambassador for Endometriosis Australia and tirelessly campaigns for awareness and shares her story to break down the walls for the women who feel they don't have a voice.

Mel wants to get all the Endo sisters together and most importantly the people who don't have Endometriosis or might know someone that does, it's a day of education, sharing and laughs.

The Grange Golf Club from 1-4pm, tickets are limited.

Click HERE to book. 

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