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Thank you to everyone who attended our month of patient and medical conferences! We hope you learned more about proper treatment and management of the disease from experts in endometriosis excision surgery, fertility specialists, acupuncturists, nutritionists, and patients alike. For those who had registered, all conference sessions are now available on our website for you to add to your management toolbox and watch whenever you like. The more you know, the better you can advocate for your proper treatment. And consider a donation today to help us continue our free programming in the hopes of creating, one day, a world without endometriosis.

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Rep. Nikema Williams on How the House Endo Caucus Will Affect Change

Today on an all-new episode of EndoTV, Diana Falzone speaks with Congresswoman Nikema Williams, a fellow endometriosis warrior who relaunched the House Endometriosis Caucus, about the recent $92 Million endometriosis research funding increase and how it will be allocated by the NICHD & DOD agencies. Learn more about the giant strides being made in endometriosis advocacy and join our effort to UpEndo today!

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The 101 on Acupuncture & Endo

This week on the Blossom, registered nurse and endometriosis patient Morganne Skinner shares a comprehensive guide on everything you need to know about acupuncture. Can acupuncture reduce endometriosis pain? There’s promising science behind how acupuncture works and why it may be helpful for you. Learn more about the practice today, as well as what to expect in your first visit and how to find an acupuncturist near you.

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Understanding Endo Through First-Hand Experiences

When Ellie first started learning more about endometriosis, she read other patients’ stories. “I was searching for books to try to relate to stories and find ways to help my body,” Ellie writes, “yet every story I came across made me terrified and anxious about my new diagnosis and the journey my body was about to embark on.” Now, reading their stories has also helped Ellie recognize just how different everyone’s experience with the disease is—and, more importantly, she writes, “every diagnosis is justified.”

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Wear Your Endo Awareness This March

The EndoFound Shop has brand new arrivals for you to wear your awareness this Endometriosis Awareness Month—and every month. Shop hoodies, caps, plus new Support Squad tees for adults and kids! For you, or for a friend who’s going through it, too.

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