Archive for 2012


ASRM2012: Surgery for endometriosis and endometrioma
21 November 2012

The 2012 ASRM had three excellent lectures on surgery for endometriosis and the value of removing endometriomas (versus medical treatment) by Tommaso Falcone, David Adamson, and Paolo Vercellini.

Deborah Bush honoured as NEXT Magazine’s “Woman of the year”
21 November 2012

Endometriosis New Zealand’s Chief Executive, Deborah Bush, has been recognised as NEXT Magazine’s “Woman of the year in health and science 2012” — a well-deserved recognition for 25+ years of achievement!

ASRM2012: Central sensitivity syndrome and endometriosis-associated symptoms
21 November 2012

Women with chronic pelvic pain related to endometriosis demonstrate many of the clinical features described in central sensitivity syndrome according to Dr Julie Anne Gemmill.

ASRM2012: Endometriosis and risk of coronary heart disease
30 October 2012

Research presented at the ASRM’s 68th Annual Meeting suggests that endometriosis is associated with coronary heart disease to the same magnitude as shown for metabolic syndrome.

ASRM2012: Endometriosis at the ASRM
30 October 2012

Highlights from presentations on endometriosis from the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) in San Diego.

International study pinpoints endometriosis genes
29 October 2012

Researchers in Australia, Japan, and the UK have identified four new gene regions linked to endometriosis in women of European and Japanese ancestry. Results are published today in “Nature Genetics”.

ASRM2012: Can endometriosis be predicted from symptoms?
24 October 2012

Results from the first global study to develop and externally validate predictive models of endometriosis were presented today at the 68th Annual Meeting of the ASRM.

Picture of Professor Linda Giudice ASRM2012: Linda Giudice assumes presidency of the ASRM
24 October 2012

Renowned endometriosis researcher, Professor Linda Giudice, becomes president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine at its 68th Annual Meeting.

ASRM2012: Child abuse associated with slight increase in risk for endometriosis
22 October 2012

Research from Harvard University has shown that women who report child sexual and physical abuse have a greater risk of being diagnosed with endometriosis in later life.

ASRM2012: Serdar Bulun honoured as distinguished researcher
22 October 2012

Professor Bulun has received the ASRM Distinguished Researcher Award for his record of important scientific achievement in the field of reproductive medicine, including endometriosis.

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