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The Endo Experience Through Dance: EndoGirl
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Endo Girl, a short documentary dance film, portrays the endometriosis experience through dance. Directed and produced by Australian filmmaker Sophia Bender, the film tells the story of thirteen people who suffer from the disease. Their powerful words of pain and struggle are superimposed with metaphorical dance sequences that show the audience what an individual’s journey to diagnosis is like, as well as the effect the disease has on their day-to-day lives. Read Tara Mandarano’s review of the film, with an exclusive interview with Bender on her filming process, today—and watch the film here.

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Why I’m Fundraising to End Endo: Samantha By’s Endo Story
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Before she was diagnosed, Samantha By didn’t experience the usual endometriosis symptoms. It wasn’t until she got pregnant and experienced excruciating back pain that her search for answers began. After an ectopic pregnancy caused by endometriosis lesions on her Fallopian tube, Samantha’s mission to advocate for endometriosis awareness began. Today, she’s hard at work fundraising for our June End Endo 5K and has already raised over $1,000!

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We’ve Surpassed Our Goal! And You Can Still Join the Effort
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Team EndoFound has already surpassed their goal of raising $15,000 for the future of endometriosis care—and they’re still going! Do you want to make an impact? It’s not too late to join the team or you can donate to the team’s efforts here!

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EndoTV: Tennis Champion Danielle Collins
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This week on EndoTV, Diana Falzone speaks with American tennis champion, Danielle Collins, who shares the specific difficulty of managing endometriosis as a professional athlete. Danielle’s endometriosis was affecting her so much, she had to pull out of matches and tournaments.

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Calling all June birthdays! Donate your birthday to improve the future of endometriosis care! Click here to set up your Facebook birthday fundraiser. Every $10 will provide critical endometriosis education materials for one student and their family, reducing delays in diagnosis.

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