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A Beginner’s Guide to Participating in Clinical Trials

It’s no secret that endometriosis research is critically underfunded—but there’s still cutting-edge research happening and you can help progress research efforts by participating in clinical trials. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got a few simple steps for you.

A Beginner's Guide
Why This Endo Patient is Running the TCS New York City Marathon

Grace Barliant was diagnosed with endometriosis when she was 18 years old after having blood clots in her lungs (a side effect of the birth control pills prescribed to manage what later found out to be endometriosis pain). Next week, she’s running New York City’s five boroughs with Team EndoFound to change the future of endometriosis care.

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Stephany Adeyemi’s Endo Story

In Stephany’s powerful endometriosis story, she emphasizes the critical importance of making sure doctors listen to you. “Don't hesitate to be referred, and referred again if necessary,” Stephany writes. “Seeing another doctor was the best thing I've ever done.”

Stephany's Story

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Endo & Dating 

Everything you wanted to know about endometriosis and dating! On this week’s EndoTV, Relationship Expert & Matchmaker Rori Sassoon talks with Diana Falzone about red flags and other advice when searching for a partner.

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