Endometriosis Foundation of America: ‚ÄčAn Online Patient Community
Introducing EndoTV

We’re excited to announce the launch of Endo TV for January 2021. Endo TV is a women's health channel*. Diana Falzone, veteran journalist and EndoFound's Director of Media Relations and Advocacy, is leading the digital channel, which will be available on YouTube and EndoFound's website. The debut show, "Let's Talk...Period," hosted by Falzone, has a slated guest list of today's most respected clinicians and researchers in women's health, authors, women's advocates, patients, and lawmakers. Stay tuned for the first episode on January 12!

*Our definition of “women” includes transgender, nonbinary, and genderqueer individuals.

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Reoperative Endometriosis: The Virtual Medical Conference

Have you registered for the Medical Conference on Reoperative Endometriosis? We are pleased to announce that the conference is now FREE. With the holidays fast approaching, and COVID making this a different holiday season than many of us planned, the Q&A featuring expert endometriosis specialists in the conference will now be held on January 16 & 17, 2021 at 11AM (EST).

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Our Decade of Work: EndoFound’s Impact Report

Want to know what EndoFound has been up to? Check out our first-ever Impact Report, detailing the history of the Foundation, our milestones in the past year, and details on our various programs for endometriosis advocacy and research. You’ve helped us get to where we are today. Thank you. We will continue fighting for individuals with endometriosis everywhere.

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STOP Congress from Cutting Endometriosis Research Funding, Period!

In this powerful essay, Diana Falzone details why we need to come together and fight for the senate to pass the landmark bill that would double endometriosis research. “Who I am now is because of endometriosis,” Diana writes. “I am stronger than ever. I have plenty of fight left in me. I will fight for women with endometriosis to be heard, to be understood, to be given better treatment options, and for a cure. Now, I ask you, congress, will you fight for us?” Have you joined the XXX people who have already signed the petition?

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Make an Impact for the 200 Million with Endo

Endometriosis warriors across the country have already raised XX for endo advocacy—let’s make sure their work helps 200 million individuals with endo! We launched this campaign with the goal of inspiring 200 people to raise $200 each this December to make a world of difference to 200 million individuals with endo. Set up your fundraiser or donate today on JustGiving or Facebook.

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Endo as a GYN: Dr. Aneela Ambareen’s Endo Story

Despite being a gynecologist, Dr. Aneela Ambareen spent years struggling with endometriosis pain. Now, she wants to tell her story in order to help the countless individuals with endometriosis. “We need to speak up from the very start, and more importantly, we need to be heard and listened to and provided psychological security and trust.”

Aneela’s Story
Make an Impact in this Season of Giving!

New in the EndoFound shop! Writer and endometriosis advocate Eva Hagberg generously donated copies of her memoir, How to Be Loved, with proceeds going to EndoFound. We’re also now selling our exclusive tote bag, “Endometriosis Anatomy,” designed by Duvet Days. Snag your limited edition bag today! Plus, everything in the store is 10% off for the holidays.

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