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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.


DBT Wellcome India Alliance funds national study on endometriosis in India
28 February 2021

A major national research project ‘Endometriosis Clinical and Genetic Research in India (ECGRI)’ aims to broaden our understanding of the clinical phenotypes and genetic risks associated with endometriosis.

European Union grants 6 million euros towards endometriosis research
12 February 2021

Researchers at Aarhus University head up a major international research and innovation project aimed at improving treatment and quality of life of those affected by endometriosis. Machine learning and artificial intelligence will contribute to this!

Does sun exposure cause endometriosis?
9 February 2021

A history of intense exposure to the sun may increase risk of being diagnosed with endometriosis over time.

Putting a stop to misconceptions about race and endometriosis
24 November 2020

We need to dispel myths that the prevalence of endometriosis differs in women of different racial/ethnic groups.

Endometriosis inquiry shows little improvement in a decade
17 November 2020

APPG report shows devastating impact of endometriosis and urges ministers to take bold action to ensure those with endometriosis have access to the right care at the right time.

$200 reward for help on looking at “blind spots” in endometriosis
19 August 2020

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

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?

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.

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.

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