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William Croyle is a former writer with the Cincinnati Enquirer. He is the author of 11 books, including co-author with Tamer Seckin, MD, of The Doctor Will See You Now: Recognizing and Treating Endometriosis and EndoMEtriosis: A Guide for Girls.

EndoFound's New Scientific & Medical Director: Dr. Dan Martin

EndoFound's New Scientific & Medical Director: Dr. Dan Martin

When Dr. Dan Martin was 10 years old, his grandmother made him learn needlepoint. It wasn’t something many boys did in 1956, but she believed that the concentration and hand-to-eye coordination the craft required would lead her grandson…

Journalist Diana Falzone Begins New Role with EndoFound

Journalist Diana Falzone Begins New Role with EndoFound

Three years ago, after Diana Falzone’s second endometriosis surgery, she and her doctor had a profound conversation. It was a moment so powerful, they were both brought to tears. “He asked me to help him carry the torch to bring…

Mrs. America Contestant Fighting For Endo Patients Everywhere

Mrs. America Contestant Fighting For Endo Patients Everywhere

Stacey Bruss has been competing in beauty pageants since she was eight years old. While she used to enter them purely for fun, she competes today with a mission: to bring awareness to and eventually find a cure for endometriosis. Bruss, from…

Ana Gonzalez Herrera Brings Global Marketing and Growth Experience to EndoFound's Advisory Board

Ana Gonzalez Herrera Brings Global Marketing and Growth Experience to EndoFound's Advisory Board

Ana Gonzalez Herrera’s endometriosis story is like that of so many corporate executives with the disease. She once gave a presentation in a male-dominated boardroom while masking her excruciating pain. Another time in Starbucks she doubled…

EndoFound’s New Marketing Director Is an Endo Patient with a Passion to Help Others

EndoFound’s New Marketing Director Is an Endo Patient with a Passion to Help Others

One afternoon in high school, Melissa Boudreau was doubled over in pain. She’d fought through it several times previously, but the severity of it on this day was unprecedented. She was sweating from head to toe and counting on the school…

EndoFound’s “Mind, Body & Soul” Workshops Begin this Week

EndoFound’s “Mind, Body & Soul” Workshops Begin this Week

During the coronavirus pandemic, organizations worldwide have continued to serve their clientele by creatively adapting to social distance rules. EndoFound has been no exception. On the heels of its grassroots “PeriodNow” campaign…

First Parent of a Patient Named to EndoFound Board

First Parent of a Patient Named to EndoFound Board

When Jody Grobman was asked by Dr. Tamer Seckin if she would consider becoming a member of the Endometriosis Foundation of America’s board of directors, it was an easy decision. “I’m a big fan of Dr. Seckin and what he does…

Rep. Finkenauer Hailed Coast to Coast for Endometriosis Testimony

Rep. Finkenauer Hailed Coast to Coast for Endometriosis Testimony

Photo - Tamer Seckin, MD, Cofounder,EndoFound, Congresswoman Abby Finkenauer, Congresswoman Kathleen Rice, Madeleine K. Rudin, Board of Directors, EndoFound March 11, 2020 Words of gratitude and hope pour in for Iowa Congresswoman Washington,…

Iowa Congresswoman Shares Her Endo Story on U.S. House Floor

Iowa Congresswoman Shares Her Endo Story on U.S. House Floor

Credits EndoFound for helping her come forward, creates caucus to raise awareness Few people outside of family and friends knew that Rep. Abby Finkenauer had been living much of her young life with endometriosis – until she courageously…

Cosmetics Entrepreneur Donates Profits to Fight Endo

Cosmetics Entrepreneur Donates Profits to Fight Endo

In the fall of 2018, just seven months after launching Karmela Cosmetics, founder Nechami Tenenbaum wanted to donate some of the proceeds of her lipstick line to organizations that unite, empower, and educate women. “I didn’t want…

EndoMEtriosis: A Guide for Girls to Be Released  Worldwide on March 17, 2020

EndoMEtriosis: A Guide for Girls to Be Released Worldwide on March 17, 2020

Endometriosis takes an average of twelve years to diagnose. Twelve long years. That means most teenagers who have it suffer into at least their mid-twenties or early thirties before they have any clue what it is. They are repeatedly undiagnosed…