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Missed the 2020 Medical Conference?

Last weekend’s live Q&A from the Reoperative Endometriosis Medical Conference covered critical topics from fertility to the risks of ovarian cancer. Most critical—several endometriosis specialists emphasized how important patients have been to their understanding of endometriosis, often informing the medical community and alerting it to new symptoms. As Dr. Seckin explained, "If it wasn't for patients, we wouldn't be here." Read Elle Hurley’s full recap of the weekend.

Highlights from the Q&A
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Lauren Kornegay, endometriosis patient and founder of EndoBlack, recently released two books! Your Personal Journey Log for Endometriosis, a user-friendly, checklist-format, guided diary to help you manage your symptoms, and The Endo Way: A Guide to Becoming an Endo Advocate. Start reading today!

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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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