Endometriosis Foundation of America: An Online Patient Community
Missed the Must-Watch Conversation about Endo & Fertility?

IGTV Must See! Fertility issues can be widespread for individuals with endometriosis. That’s why EndoFound Ambassador Corinne Foxx, EndoFound Co-founder Dr. Tamer Seckin, and psychotherapist and director of The Fertile Spirit Danielle Sara came together to discuss how endometriosis can cause infertility and the critical importance of treating the associated concurrent mental health and anxiety conditions. Check out the 15% off @thefertilespirit discount code available now through 12/31/2021 (ENDO_SUPPORT) and explore EndoFound's website for resources on managing and treating endometriosis.

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A Toolkit to Help Interpret Endo Research

Endo patient and writer Catherine Vanacore pens a critical and handy guide to answer all your questions about finding and interpreting endometriosis research. It takes an estimated average of 17 years for new research findings to be implemented into clinical practice. By following research and bringing new findings to your healthcare provider, you’re not only taking charge of your health, you can contribute to closing that time gap and possibly change your own care pathway for the better. Learn from these simple tips to get you up and running!

Endo Research Toolkit
One Month Left ’Til Team EndoFound Paints NYC Yellow

Just one month to go until Team EndoFound runs 26.5 miles through the five boroughs of New York City—all to raise money and awareness for endometriosis! Our dedicated runners are endo patients, siblings of patients, partners, and friends: people who are committed to affecting change in endometriosis care, starting today. Join them in our collective cause today by supporting the team! 

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Working Towards Legislature in Connecticut: The Endo Working Group
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Listen in on the first meeting of Rep. Jillian Gilchrest of Connecticut’s endometriosis working group! The group meets every two weeks and September 27th’s meeting included participants such as Sarah Fox (Director of Policy at the Connecticut Coalition to End Homelessness), Liz Gustafson (State Director, Naral Pro-Choice Connecticut), Dr. Danielle Luciano (Associate Professor OBGYN, UConn Health) and many more. The group is doing groundbreaking work to prioritize endometriosis in Connecticut, in hopes of making recommendations to the legislature.

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This Saturday is Period Action Day! Make a Difference

Support EndoFound's PeriodNow for Period Action Day this Saturday! It's never been easier to work towards ending period poverty and supporting individuals with endometriosis. On Period Action Day, you can make a difference and help us get period products to those who need them. PeriodNow's October donations are heading to Connecticut and Wyoming—let’s make sure to help as many folks who need supplies.

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