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News from national endometriosis organisations from around the world.


Japan Endometriosis Association publishes third national study
15 April 2007

JEMA’s preliminary results show adverse emotional effects of GnRH-analogues when used in endometriosis.

Endometriosis Awareness 2007
29 March 2007

Endometriosis support groups across the world come out with hard hitting campaigns to raise awareness of women who suffer daily from the impact of endometriosis.

AIA African Infertility Alliance is launched
23 January 2007

Ugandan based JOYCE FERTILITY has launched the African Infertility Alliance (AIA) bringing together countries to share issues concerning infertility in their respective countries.

New image and name for Endometriosis UK
15 November 2006

The National Endometriosis Society in the UK has changed its name to Endometriosis UK.

Endometriosis Association (Qld) has new patron
15 October 2006

The Endometriosis Association (Qld) Inc announces that its new patron is Dr Susan Treloar from the Queensland Institute of Medical Research team

Logo from Endometriosis SHE Trust UK British Medical Association awards prize for endometriosis teenage booklet
15 September 2006

Endometriosis SHE Trust receives BMA Patient Information Award 2006 for their teenage information booklet.

ERC’s centralised, revamped awareness campaign now underway
15 July 2006

The ERC is pleased to announce that it has centralised and revamped its various awareness campaigns under one programme, in order to streamline and revitalise its efforts.

Picture of Ailsa Irving National Endometriosis Society celebrates 25 years
3 July 2006

Ailsa Irving, founder of the National Endometriosis Society in the UK, shares memories on the 25th anniversary of the charity (now Endometriosis UK).

Picture of Lucy Arce and Dr Idhaliz Flores First gathering of endometriosis patients in Puerto Rico: battling endometriosis
15 April 2006

The very first meeting of Endometriosis de Puerto Rico was held on 26 March 2006 with Senator Lucy Arce presenting Dr Idhaliz Flores with a declaration for endometriosis awareness!

Picture of Adelaide Damoah Endometriosis Awareness Week 2006 creates noise, light and hope
19 March 2006

Endometriosis Awareness Week was kicked off ouside the UK Parliament at noon on Monday 6 March with a communal SCREAM, symbolic of he pain each woman with endometriosis has to endure and demonstrating their frustration at a lack of funding and action from the government.

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