Endometriosis Foundation of America: ‚ÄčAn Online Patient Community
The Researchers at the Forefront of Non-Invasive Endometriosis Treatment

Dr. Tanya Petrossian and Dr. Katherine Burns, who were each awarded EndoFound research grants, teamed up to work on disease-modifying therapeutics that will ideally leave healthy tissues intact and prevent the recurrence of endometriotic lesions. Currently, excision surgery is considered the best treatment for endometriosis, but there is a chance of recurrence. Although still in its early stages, identifying metabolic or chemical biomarkers that are unique to endometrial lesions could go a long way toward helping more patients reach a timely diagnosis and to potentially prevent recurrence.

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Feel Good, Do Good: The Mind, Body, & Soul Wellness Challenge

One week until endometriosis awareness month! Looking for a way to raise awareness and fundraise to improve the lives of individuals with endometriosis? Check out our Mind, Body, & Soul Wellness Challenge. Participation involves whatever makes you feel good every day, whether you meditate, walk, drink water, do yoga, or volunteer.

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Reserve Your Spot: 2021 Global Patient Conference

The 2021 Global Patient Conference: The Path Toward a Cure is now open for registration. The virtual conference (March 19-21) will be offered in several different time zones and will include panels by experts in fields ranging from extrapelvic endometriosis and fertility to mental health and nutrition. Check out the full schedule online!

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EndoTV: Lara Parker's Journey
Endofound CHarity Stream

This week on EndoTV,  Lara Parker, author of Vagina Problems author and Deputy Editorial Director at BuzzFeed, sits down with Diana Flazone and discusses her journey with endometriosis.

Hannah Olsen’s Endo Story

This week on Endo Stories, Hannah Olsen writes about her long search for a diagnosis and the most painful year of her life (2020, so, “par for the course”). “I dream of a day,” Hannah writes, “when teaching about endometriosis is a priority in the medical community so women do not continue to suffer in massive numbers from a disease that is treatable.” 

Hannah’s Story

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