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International collaboration and exchange of experience enables us to deliver up to date, evidence based, information and news about endometriosis, providing knowledge to empower women to make informed decisions about their treatment options.

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endometriosis-PRE-EMT Are you due to have a laparoscopy for symptoms suggestive of endometriosis?
25 April 2016

Doctors in the UK are investigating whether progestin treatments are effective post-surgery in preventing recurrence of symptomatic endometriosis.

Deborah-Bush Recognising endometriosis advocates: Deborah Bush
8 April 2016

Deborah Bush co-founded Endometriosis New Zealand in 1985, and has developed the “menstrual health and endometriosis” (“me”) programme for schools. She works with all stakeholders in endometriosis and is committed to collaboration.

endometriosis-cardiovascular-disease-100 Women with endometriosis may be at higher risk of coronary heart disease
29 March 2016

Early surgical menopause (hysterectomy) as a “treatment” for endometriosis may contribute to increased risk of heart disease in younger women.

Survey-picture Survey of unanswered research questions in endometriosis
9 March 2016

We invite you to take part in an online survey that allows you to submit your top unanswered research questions by 31 May.

woman-crouching 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.

myths-misconceptions Myths and misconceptions in endometriosis
27 October 2013

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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