Clinical trials

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Trial to determine the effectiveness of surgery for endometriosis
21 March 2022

UK-wide study to determine whether removing superficial peritoneal endometriosis improves painful symptoms and quality of life.

Improving understanding of depression, anxiety, eating symptoms, and sexual dysfunction in endometriosis
3 March 2022

Researchers at the University of Melbourne are investigating factors that contribute to the development of depression, anxiety, and eating disorders in those with endometriosis. You can contribute by participating in this survey.

Study into transgender and non-binary people’s experience of living with endometriosis
28 February 2022

Researchers at Stellenbosch University invite transgender and non-binary people, diagnosed and living with endometriosis, to participate in a global study to establish the impact of the disease in this group of sufferers.

Quality of life, mental health, and wellbeing in those living with endometriosis
25 August 2021

The University of Strathclyde is conducting a project within the UK and Ireland to assess the impact of endometriosis of those living with the condition. Do participate!

Why participate in clinical trials for endometriosis?
10 August 2020

What are the benefits of participating in a clinical trial investigating improved / new treatments and diagnostic methods for endometriosis?

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.

Endometriosis Promotion Project (EPP): a multi-national and multi-centre epidemiological study
18 November 2017

A 3-year study investigating the pattern(s) of pain and the associated personal/social impact among young women.

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.

Clinical trials in endometriosis (CenterWatch)
25 October 2011

Listed on CenterWatch.com

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