The endometriosis community is so resilient. It's empowering to witness the camaraderie and support you offer to one another. As we embark on the final two months of what has been a life-changing year for so many, I want to assure you that EndoFound will continue to be a source of support. We learned so much together at the Virtual Patient Conference earlier this month, and from all we gleaned from your questions, comments, and feedback, we are feverishly working to bring you new programs for 2021.
The year is winding down, and EndoFound is gearing up for its #GivingTuesday and End of Year fundraising. I ask that you please consider a donation. Large or small, every donation counts. Your support educates women about endometriosis, sows the seeds of research, educates medical professionals about the disease, and unifies our voice to advocate for change with our elected officials. Together we can end the 7 to 10-year delay to diagnosis, and we won't rest until early diagnosis and treatment are the norm, not the exception.
Next week undoubtedly will bring more change as a country facing unprecedented challenges seeks to find a way to move forward together amidst a global pandemic. Now more than ever, it is essential that we continue to work together as a community to advocate for women's rights. Be assured that EndoFound will continue to be a strong advocate for you.
Margaret Caspler Cianci
Executive Director, EndoFound