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Working through Pain: Endo in the Writers’ Room

In EndoTV’s debut episode of "Let's Talk...Period," Rachel Langer, co-producer of Transplant (NBC), talks to Diana Falzone about how endometriosis affected her as she worked in the Transplant writers’ room and the steps that showrunner Joseph Kay, along with the Transplant producers, took to be allies and help her be able to work through her pain. Be sure to check out the episode that Rachel wrote, “Your Secrets Can Kill,” which features a character with endometriosis.

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How to Educate Yourself: Lauren’s Endo Story
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Lauren Conova Grous endured years of pain and misdiagnosis by numerous doctors before she found an endometriosis specialist. Now, she writes to educate others about proper treatment and management in a highly informative endometriosis story.

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Got Your Yearly Pap Smear Yet?

Read on for everything you need to know about cervical cancer and the importance of going for consistent pap smears. As Zainab Onuh-Yahaya, who has been prioritizing her annual well woman exams, writes, “It makes me feel a whole lot better, not to mention safer, knowing that I am prioritizing my sexual health.”

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Get Ready for March! Endo Awareness Month

Do you have plans for Endo Awareness Month yet? We’ve got a few events made just for you to add to your calendar. Save the date for a mind, body, soul wellness challenge to kick off endo awareness month on March 1st. And look forward to EndoFound’s Patient Day in collaboration with ISGE on Sunday, March 21st. Stay tuned for all the details soon, as well as the other events we have planned for March 2021.

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