Archive for June, 2005


New study sheds light on endometriosis pain
15 June 2005

June 2005 New science suggests that women with endometriosis often have several types of pain conditions because their abnormal growths develop a nerve supply that communicates with the brain. Professor Karen Berkley from Florida State University is the lead researcher in a study that shows that endometrial cysts become supplied by sympathetic and sensory nerves […]

Picture of Deborah Newton-Cook, Lone Hummelshøj, Baroness Ludford, and Diana Wallis MEP Over one third of MEPs support campaign on endometriosis
13 June 2005

266 MEPs have supported the European Parliamentary Written Declaration on Endometriosis seeking a significant increase in funds and awareness in the EU for endometriosis.

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