After interning with Professor Nezhat over the summer, I became involved with Worldwide EndoMarch because I was touched by the testimonials of patients living with endometriosis…Read More
ENDOMARCH: CALL TO ARMS IN WOMEN'S HEALTH
Worldwide Endometriosis March® (EndoMarch®) is the first and largest internationally-coordinated endometriosis awareness event of its kind in the world. Founded by Drs. Camran, Farr, Ceana, and Azadeh Nezhat, and Barbara Page, it is a grassroots global movement and urgent call to action to improve the quality of medical care for millions of women and girls who suffer from endometriosis, an incurable, whole-body chronic disease that can potentially cause system-wide crippling pain, organ damage, infertility, and other severe medical consequences if left inadequately treated.
ENDOMETRIOSIS: GLOBAL HEALTH CRISIS
The fact that, in the 21st Century, endometriosis sufferers are still going undiagnosed for up to 10 years (or longer) and are still receiving grossly inadequate or inappropriate medical care constitutes a global public health crisis.
REGISTER FOR ENDOMARCH 2019
Register here or text ENDOMARCH2019 to 66866, to join thousands of endometriosis sufferers and supporters for the annual EndoMarch Day event taking place around the world on Saturday, March 30, 2019* (with some exceptions).
CALL TO ACTION
Text ENDO to 66866, to register your school & join the #TeachEndoNOW! nationwide call to action, to teach endometriosis in every high school, medical school, and nursing school in the U.S. by the year 2020.
Petition congress to support endometriosis health care reforms.
SPONSOR A SCHOOL
Sponsor a school to receive an endometriosis awareness kit.
BECOME A MEMBER
Click here to become an EndoMarch member and join thousands of endometriosis activists from around the world who have united behind the EndoMarch movement and are changing the course of history for those suffering from endometriosis.
SIGN UP FOR UPDATES
Add your email address here to receive periodic updates from the frontlines of Endometriosis Advocacy.