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The Reoperative Endo Q&A is this weekend!

Join endometriosis experts including Dr. Tamer Seckin, Dr. Harry Reich, Dr. Dan Martin, Dr. Togas Tulandi, Dr. Ie-Ming Shih, Dr. Marc Possover, Dr. Philippe Koninckx, Dr. Errico Zupi, Dr. Farr Nezhat, Dr. Shaheen Khazali, Dr. Ted Lee, Dr. Jon Einarsson, Dr. Pinar Kodaman, Dr. Tomer Singer, and Dr. Liselotte Mettler for Q&A sessions on January 16 & 17, 2021, at 11AM EST as they answer questions from the audience about reoperative endometriosis, surgery, fertility, cancer, and more. You can ask questions through this form or live during the event. Be sure to watch their pre-recorded presentations to prepare for the live Q&A and check out the weekend’s full schedule here!

Explore the Digital Conference
The Gold Standard for Excision Surgery
Endofound CHarity Stream

Haven’t watched the 2020 Medical Conference? Check out the summaries of each presentation on EndoNews in preparation for the live Q&A this weekend. Dr. Arnaud Wattiez’s keynote addresses the gold standard for endometriosis treatment: excision surgery. Have questions for Dr. Wattiez? Tune into the live Q&A this weekend!

Excision without Mutilation: It’s Possible
Gamers for EndoFound

Last Friday, JamieVoiceOver and MiaByte co-hosted and live-streamed Hades on Twitch to benefit EndoFound. They were joined by endo warrior and voice actress Jamie Landrum and raised nearly $600! Thank you to everyone who joined for your generous support and advocacy.

Check out the Livestream
EndoTV with Diana Falzone Premieres 1/26

EndoTV's debut show, "Let's Talk...Period," has a guest list of today's most respected health clinicians, researchers, authors, advocates, patients, and lawmakers. Subscribe today for our first episode on January 26th!

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Calling all Writers!

Are you a writer interested in covering stories on endometriosis, women's healthcare, and/or chronic illness? Come write for EndoFound's online publication, The Blossom! We pay our writers and are looking for pieces that cover a range of topics, from scientific news about endometriosis to personal essays on managing chronic illness. To apply to be a contributing writer, please email writers@endofound.org three clips, one pitch, and a few sentences on why you're interested in endometriosis or women's healthcare.

Save the Date!

On Saturday March 20th at 10AM EST, we’re thrilled to be organizing a four-hour patient channel for the International Society for Gynecology Endoscopy (ISGE)’s annual medical conference. Stay tuned for more details!

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