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Working with Endo: Three Perspectives

Endometriosis is not one size fits all, and endometriosis patient, writer, and advocate Elle Hurley demonstrates exactly this in her latest piece interviewing three patients on what it’s like to work with endo. “I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing three incredible people living and working with endometriosis,” Elle writes. “They live in different states, have had various jobs, and have distinct dreams, but their determination to thrive and support others unites their experiences.”

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Make an Impact This Summer! End Endo 5K

The End Endo 5K is back this June! Find your own course to walk, run, hike, bike, or even rollerskate to shine the spotlight on this disease and raise funds to change the course of endometriosis. Last November’s End Endo 5K raised over $10,000—let’s make an even bigger impact this summer! Registration opens on April 29th.

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EndoTV: Get to Know Our Board
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For 40 years, Madeleine Rudin struggled to find answers. Today, her goal is to help ensure others do not have to wait as long as she did to finally be diagnosed with endo. As a board member of EndoFound, Madeleine is committed to the foundation's mission to support programs and research to help others suffering from endometriosis.

Research News: A 2.75 Million NIH Grant
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Dr. Asgi Fazleabas, along with Dr. Anna Moore at Michigan State University, has just received a $2.75 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to study the connection between a specific gene called NOTCH1 and endometriosis. Dr. Fazleabas received an EndoFound grant in 2019 to study XX. To learn more about Dr. Fazleabas work, check out his presentations at past EndoFound medical conferences!

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EndoFound’s Bookshelf: Know Your Endo
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Jessica Murnane, founder of Know Your Endo (an endometriosis education and awareness platform), frequent guest speaker at EndoFound events, and the author of One Part Plant, has a new book out on April 27th! Know Your Endo: An Empowering Guide to Health & Hope with Endometriosis is an essential guide to add to your reading list, chock-full of tools and strategies to manage endometriosis. Pre-order today!

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Do you have a birthday coming up? Celebrate with EndoFound! Click here to set up your Facebook birthday fundraiser. With your help, we can continue working towards increasing endometriosis awareness, education, advocacy, and research. Thank you to everyone across the country who has fundraised in support of endometriosis.

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