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Read below for stories from our Endo Activists Making History series....
Endo Activists Making History
Meet the next generation of Endometriosis Specialists!
Endo Activist Autumn Mendoza Montgomery recently traveled to Stanford University to speak to premed students about Endometriosis.
Rebecca Godfry speaks to us about living with Endo & becoming an Endo Activist.
Premedical students from San Jose State University, UC Berkeley, and UCLA , were recently chosen as the 2019 recipients of the Worldwide EndoMarch’s Women’s Health Leaders of the Future award, for their outstanding contributions in patient advocacy as volunteers for the Worldwide EndoMarch.
Nezhat Family Foundation and Worldwide EndoMarch are pleased to announce another winner of our award towards the education of the future leaders in medicine.
Being diagnosed with a chronic illness basically means that you are up for a never ending marathon.
Congratulations! These doctors are being recognized by Worldwide EndoMarch for their tremendous work and devotion to women with endometriosis.
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…
As a college freshman, during a routine cleaning with my dentist…
Congratulation to our EndoMarch Fast-Track to the Cure grant recipient, Dr. Noemie Elhadad from Columbia University.
Thank you so much for Shantana Hazel and SisterGirl Foundation for taking time to share her story for the EndoMarch blog, Endo Uprising!
If endometriosis articles from 1929 are barely distinguishable in their conclusions from those of today, what further proof do we need that endometriosis remains one of the greatest public health failings in the history of modern medicine.