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Inflammation gene may be possible drug target for endometriosis
26 August 2021

Researchers have identified a specific gene (NPSR1) that increases risk of suffering pain from endometriosis with a potential new non-hormonal drug target that may lead to improved therapies in endometriosis.

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!

Alexa Chung raises funds for endometriosis research
8 March 2021

On International Women’s Day Alexa Chung launches t-shirt to honour Emmeline Pankhurst, with all profits going towards endometriosis research.

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!

Myths and misconceptions in endometriosis
20 November 2016

Diagnostic delay and hit and miss treatments in endometriosis are often due to myths and mis-conceptions about the disease – get the FACTS here.

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