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Endometriosis – disease primer
19 July 2018

Nature Reviews Disease Primers has today published the first primer on endometriosis, providing a global and authoritative overview of research needs and current diagnosis and treatment.
FREE read for two weeks only.

Public-private partnership tackles major challenges in the care of pain patients
4 June 2018

EU-funded consortium provides hope for women with endometriosis with chronic pain – €23 million funding secured.

The experience of endometriosis amongst South Asian Muslim women in the UK
23 May 2018

Research project at the University of Derby is recruiting participants who are South Asian Muslim women in the UK living with endometriosis.

Diagnostic biomarkers for endometriosis
10 May 2018

Development of low-invasive tests/biomarkers for endometriosis remains a high priority in improving the diagnosis, management, and prognosis (progression/regression) of endometriosis. To date there are no reliable / validated tests.

Facts about endometriosis
27 May 2017

FACTS about endometriosis to aid journalists, medical writers, bloggers, etc, who wish to ensure their publications about endometriosis are correct.

Myths and misconceptions in endometriosis
20 November 2016

Diagnostic delay and hit and miss treatments in endometriosis are often due to myths and mis-conceptions about the disease – get the FACTS here.

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