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Prioritizing Endo for the 2023 Fiscal Year: An Update from Our UpEndo Coalition
Webinar

The Fiscal Year 2023 appropriations process for the federal government is fully underway, and EndoFound and our UpEndo Coalition have been working to ensure that endometriosis research and grants remain a priority for key federal agencies. These agencies include the NIH’s National Institute of Child and Human Development (NICHD), the Department of Defense’s Peer-Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP), and a new focus on the Department of Veterans Affairs Women Veterans Research Program. Learn more about our advocacy work today.

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Hear from Holy Fang Studios about Warriors, Next Week’s Concert in NYC for Endo Patients!
Webinar

Join us at the endo event of the summer next Thursday for the release of Warriors, a genre-spanning album featuring new music from 15 talented and rising femme or femme-led artists and groups that channels the experience of fighting endometriosis. And this week on EndoTV, we’re thrilled to welcome Oliver Ignatius of Holy Fang Studios, who produced the stellar album and is hosting the event with his partner, Bernadette Higgins, an endo warrior herself. Snag your ticket today!

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"I feel guilty that I’m scared to get pregnant, and I live with the weight of this guilt every day." 
Endofound Article

In a brave and powerful essay, Kaley Martin expresses her fear of pregnancy after the years of pain, surgeries, and medical trauma she’s endured because of endometriosis. “What if I miscarriage countless times?” Kaley writes. “Does that count as infertile? What if I have an ectopic pregnancy? What if I do get pregnant, but my life is at risk at the end? What do we do then? The unknown after years of unknown makes my blood run cold.”

Kaley's Story

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