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After talking to thousands of women, this Kitchener entrepreneur is on a mission to make pelvic floor rehabilitation less painful

A cervical cancer diagnosis in her late 20s came out of nowhere for entrepreneur Rachel Bartholomew.

But while her body was in full rebellion, her brain was working overtime. During her recuperation from a full hysterectomy and lymph node removal, she’d connected with thousands of other women dealing with cancer through online support groups where they could share advice and frustrations with the health care system.

“A lot of women shared really raw, honest feedback,” says Bartholomew. And their experiences sparked an idea.

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