Clinical trials

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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.

Gapp2 Do you suffer from unexplained pelvic pain?
20 November 2015

If you have had a laparoscopy in the last three years, which failed to explain the cause of your pain, you may qualify to participate in the GaPP2 trial, which is investigating the use of gabapentin for chronic pelvic pain.

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.

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.

Endometriosis-clinical-trial-EFA-ROSE-square You can help us learn more about endometriosis
24 March 2014

Research OutSmarts Endometriosis (ROSE) is a clinical trial sponsored by the Endometriosis Foundation of America, The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, and NorthShore LIJ.

VioletPetal-100x72 Feeling the pain caused by endometriosis?
27 January 2014

If you are experiencing moderate to severe pain due to endometriosis, you may qualify for a medical research study (the Violet Petal Study)

CenterWatch Clinical trials in endometriosis
25 October 2011

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Clinical-Trials-Gov Clinical trials in endometriosis
25 October 2011

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