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NIH-100 A research study for women with endometriosis at the NIH
22 April 2015

The National Institutes of Health Clinical Center is seeking women with endometriosis and pelvic pain to participate in a research study.

woman-crouching What needs to be done for women with endometriosis?
8 March 2015

On International Women’s Day, 20 experts share their wishes and hopes for women with endometriosis on why – and what – change is needed to move this field forward!

Ros Wood Recognising endometriosis advocates: Ros Wood
6 March 2015

Ros Wood has been a champion of women’s health care since the early 1980s and is a prolific and excellent writer about endometriosis and its treatments.

Stratton-OG2015 Association of chronic pelvic pain and endometriosis with signs of sensitization and myofascial pain
4 March 2015

NIH study suggests that a comprehensive nerve, muscle, and skeletal examination to identify pain sensitivity and myofascial trigger points may assist in diagnosing endometriosis.

Logo-ENDOX-100 Study to identify biomarkers in endometriosis
5 February 2015

Oxford University seeks women to participate in a study to identify markers in endometriosis. If you have pelvic pain or have been diagnosed with endometriosis you may qualify.

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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