Endometriosis Foundation of America: ‚ÄčAn Online Patient Community

Margaret Cianci

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Thanksgiving is almost here, but for many of us, it will look very different this year, given that most of us aren't able to gather with our loved ones to celebrate. It's going to be challenging being so close to our family and friends yet feeling so far away. So this year, we need to be creative and show our love from afar. 

As we plan our socially distanced Thanksgiving celebrations, let's not forget that the endometriosis community is strong! Time and again, I have witnessed the creativity, passion, and commitment to keep our community healthy and together. We have found ways to overcome the barriers created by COVID-19, and so much more. I’m thankful to all of you who continue to lift up those around you. Our spirit is strong and we will continue to face the challenges ahead together. Have a happy Thanksgiving and stay well. 

In community,
Margaret Caspler Cianci
Executive Director, EndoFound

Registration Open: The Virtual Medical Conference

Why can endometriosis return post-surgery? This year, endometriosis surgeons, researchers, and clinicians from around the world put their heads together to discuss this critical topic in endometriosis care. Registration is now open for the virtual conference. Registrants will automatically receive a password to access the presentations on-demand. Don’t miss a live Q&A with our speakers to follow on December 12 and 13, included in the registration fee.

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The hospital became my second home: Patricia’s Endo Story

Patricia Hackshaw, an endometriosis patient and educator, opens up about living with endometriosis for nine years. “I am no longer ashamed to say that I have endometriosis,” Patricia writes. “By telling my story, I want to be an encouragement. I want to be a light in a time of darkness. Today, I stand with each and every one of you who battle this condition. Together we can make a difference and raise awareness all around the world.”

Patricia’s Endo Story
Giving Tuesday: Make an Impact

Want to give back to endometriosis patients? On this GivingTuesday we are launching our 200 for $200 campaign for the month of December! Raising $200 helps Endofound fund research to treat and someday cure endometriosis. As you know all too well, endometriosis care has been critically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic—from postponed surgeries to delayed IVF treatments. We’re here to change this, together. Create your own fundraiser via this link today.

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Introducing the EndoFound Shop

The EndoFound Shop provides a platform for shop owners to connect with our community and give back to the cause. Make an impact with your holiday giving and shop EndoFound to support the endometriosis patients in your life!

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Support Endo Patients Each Time You Shop

If you’re shopping on Amazon this holiday season, consider using Amazon Smile to support EndoFound. When you select us as your charity, we receive a .5% donation from all qualifying purchases. These donations have a significant impact in funding our programs and getting individuals with endometriosis the care they deserve. Remember to login at smile.amazon every time you make a purchase to donate. Learn more at this link.

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