Archive for October, 2005


Logo from Associazione Italiana Endometriosi Onlus (AIE) More progress made by the Italian Endometriosis Association towards their legislative awareness campaign
18 October 2005

Jacqueline Veit (co-founder/president of Associazione Italiana Endometriosi was received at the Senate for an audience as part of the investigation currently underway on the issue of endometriosis as a social disease.

Infertility researchers identify one gene’s critical role in the human embryo implantation process
15 October 2005

October 2005 Researchers at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the University of California at Los Angeles recently conducted a study of the molecular mechanism involved in the human implantation process, specifically targeting the role of one gene in the success of an embryo to implant itself in the endometrium, the inner lining of the uterus. “There […]

Endostatin is a promising non-toxic endometriosis treatment
15 October 2005

October 2005 Antiangiogenic therapy with endostatin may present a promising novel, non-toxic therapeutic option for patients with endometriosis. Researchers at the Department of Surgery, Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, USA, have shown that an anti-angiogenic protein hinders the development of endometriosis in mice without any apparent negative effects on fertility or reproduction. As […]

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