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Mutations Associated With Cancer Found In Endometriosis

Mutations Associated With Cancer Found In Endometriosis

A new study out in the New England Journal of Medicine is linking endometriosis with cancer. Findings from the study have identified cancer-related mutations in tissue taken from patients with deep infiltrating…

RESOLVE Advocacy Day 2017

RESOLVE Advocacy Day 2017

RESOLVE, The National Infertility Association estimates that about 40% of patients with endometriosis will experience infertility. The combination of both endometriosis and infertility can be extremely…

The American Turkish Society Gala honors Dr. Seckin

The American Turkish Society Gala honors Dr. Seckin

We are proud to announce that our founder Dr. Tamer Seckin, will be honored at the Annual Gal

In Memoriam: Ronald Elmer Batt MD. PhD.

In Memoriam: Ronald Elmer Batt MD. PhD.

On Sunday, April 25, 2017, Ronald Batt, MD, a pioneer in the field of endometriosis, and a friend and respected colleague, passed away. For nearly 30 years, Dr. Batt focused his private practice on endometriosis-associated…

2017-18 Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series

2017-18 Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series

The Endometriosis Foundation of America is thrilled to announce that this year we will be participating as a charity team in the Rock 'n' Roll Marathon Series! Learn more and apply below!

Q&A with ENPOWR EduKit volunteer Jessica Murnane

Q&A with ENPOWR EduKit volunteer Jessica Murnane

Author, podcast host, and EFA volunteer Jessica Murnane describes her experience with teaching the Endo EduKit in South Carolina!

Endometriosis Awareness Partnership Promotes Student Health in Los Angeles Schools

Endometriosis Awareness Partnership Promotes Student Health in Los Angeles Schools

The Endometriosis Foundation of America (Endofound) and The Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health (The L.A. Trust) Partner to Spread Endometriosis Awareness

Awareness is Key to Battling Endometriosis: A Conversation with the Endometriosis Foundation of America

Awareness is Key to Battling Endometriosis: A Conversation with the Endometriosis Foundation of America

When a condition like endometriosis affects 176 million women worldwide –or 1 in 10 girls and women in the U.S. — but takes 10 years on average to receive an accurate diagnosis, an organization like…

Q&A with ENPOWR EduKit volunteers Chandelis Duster and Teknika Holloman

Q&A with ENPOWR EduKit volunteers Chandelis Duster and Teknika Holloman

Chandelis Duster and Teknika Holloman describe their first experiences teaching students about endometriosis with ENPOWR's Endo EduKit!

Women’s March on Washington

Women’s March on Washington

Endometriosis Foundation of America (Endofound) co-founder, Padma Lakshmi joined the march in Washington with her six-year-old daughter. Lakshmi took some time out from the march during the afternoon…

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