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Latest news in the field of endometriosis: clinical and scientific research, updates from national support groups – and general news on progress.


$200 reward for help on looking at “blind spots” in endometriosis
30 June 2020

$200 reward for identifying papers with significant differences in outcomes of surgery or medical therapy for endo.

COVID-19 and endometriosis
31 May 2020

Advice from the World Endometriosis Society for patients and healthcare providers on managing endometriosis during lockdown with reduced access to specialist care.

Determining the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the physical and mental health of people with endometriosis
31 May 2020

Please participate in this survey from the University of Oxford to assist with prioritising care and resources for those with endometriosis during and after COVID-19.

Study to assess the effectiveness of laparoscopic removal of peritoneal endometriosis for the management of chronic pelvic pain
12 May 2020

Now recruiting women in Scotland with pain suspected endometriosis.

Endometriosis awareness 2020
9 March 2020

Endometriosis organisations across the world are organising events in March. Join in and help raise awareness of a disease affecting an estimated 200 million women and girls.

World Endometriosis Organisations (WEO) represents 200 million with endometriosis globally
16 October 2019

WEO now has 27 member organisations world-wide addressing the significant global issues facing those with endometriosis and to improve their health outcomes.

Scientists are now closer to understanding pain mechanisms in endometriosis
1 August 2019

Immune cells called macrophages could play a key role in the generation of pain in endometriosis according to research at University of Warwick and University of Edinburgh.

Blood test to diagnose endometriosis
3 April 2019

A blood test claiming to diagnose endometriosis with a ninety percent accuracy will be launched within a year. But is it all that it is cracked up to be?

You can help us learn more about endometriosis
11 March 2019

The ROSE Study researchers are exploring what causes endometriosis and if a better treatment can be developed.

Well-being in couples undergoing fertility treatments
11 March 2019

University of Montreal is conducting a study examining how couples seeking fertility treatments adapt to stress related to infertility.

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