Wed 29, May 2019


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In this issue, we are honoured to share the challenges overcome by a Canadian kid - bullied at school due to faecal incontinence - who grew up to host his own TV show.

We speak with former Australian Netball Captain, Sharelle McMahon about her own pelvic floor challenges both on and off the court.

We have also launched our exciting new campaign Laugh Without Leaking featuring actress, comedian and mother-of-two, Bev Killick, who lives with incontinence. Laugh Without Leaking uses humour to get people talking about their bladder and bowel troubles. But most of all … it tells us that help is at hand. All you have to do is ask!

Finally, you may have noticed that our logo has had a facelift to give it a more modern, contemporary look. We hope you like it.

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