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Endometriosis Promotion Project (EPP): a multi-national and multi-centre epidemiological study
18 November 2017

A 3-year study investigating the pattern(s) of pain and the associated personal/social impact among young women.

ASRM2017: progress in endometriosis, but a vital step is missing
9 November 2017

At ASRM2017 it was apparent that true research progress will not happen until sub-groups (phenotypes) of endometriosis are identified.

ESHRE2017: Endometriosis highlights
6 July 2017

Endometriosis sessions at ESHRE’s 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting were better attended than ever – and were all about finding the balance between medical and surgical therapies for the individual woman.

World Congress on Endometriosis empowers women through advocacy and education
1 June 2017

When like-minded individuals come together with a selfless, common, goal to champion the cause, we can truly lead positive change in the field of endometriosis.

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.

Facts about endometriosis
27 September 2015

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

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