Our mission is to increase endometriosis awareness, fund landmark research, provide advocacy and support for patients, and educate the public and medical community.
Founders: Padma Lakshmi, Tamer Seckin, MD
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Hannah George

Hannah George

Hannah George (she/hers) is a senior at Harvard College from Sharon, PA studying Government and Ethnicity, Migration and Rights. She is currently taking time off from school to recover from endometriosis excision surgery, and is passionate about women’s healthcare and reproductive health justice. 

The Moving & Empowering Story Behind Warriors, A Powerful Album that Celebrates The Endo Community

The Moving & Empowering Story Behind Warriors, A Powerful Album that Celebrates The Endo Community

The experience of endometriosis, though different for everyone, is so deeply inlaid with pain of all kinds. Beyond the obvious physical pain, living with this disease so often engenders grief and loss, anger and anxiety, despair and hopelessness.…

Scheduling Excision Surgery? Considerations to Keep in Mind

Scheduling Excision Surgery? Considerations to Keep in Mind

  So you’ve finally reached a suggestive endometriosis diagnosis after what has likely been a harrowing journey, and there are some decisions to be made. Whether the diagnosis is met with relief at finally having answers, surprise,…

Managing Endometriosis in College? Here's a Much-Needed Guide

Managing Endometriosis in College? Here's a Much-Needed Guide

Living with endometriosis and its associated health challenges was not a part of my college plan. I never would have imagined that planning my daily schedule around bathroom breaks would be a necessity, or that spending many weekend nights…

Interstitial Cystitis, Medical Gaslighting, and

Interstitial Cystitis, Medical Gaslighting, and "Hysteric" Women: Hannah George's Endo Story

In my long, painful road to discovering and treating my endometriosis, one of the pit stops was an interstitial cystitis (IC) diagnosis. Nicknamed the “evil twin” of endometriosis due to their frequent comorbidity, IC is characterized…