Endometriosis affects millions of women and girls worldwide. Learn how your gift will support endometriosis research. Give a gift that could help find a cure.
Our annual Endo Conference for Teens and Their Families will be held on Saturday, April 5th, 2014 at Boston Children's Hospital.
The “Freshman 15” is the myth that college students will gain fifteen pounds during their first year at school. The fact is that some students will gain weight (on average, between 3 and 10 pounds during freshman and sophomore year), and others may lose weight, or stay the same weight... read more
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Iím familiar with being a patient. I was just two years old when I had major surgery and also found out I had only one kidney. Unusual, but itís not the first time itís happened to someone. Iíve always had a cataract on my left eye, and when I was maybe seven, I found out that I have scoliosis and a few extra ribs. Then in high school my period never came. My doctor said that it was late because Iím tiny and athletic, no biggieÖ but when I was 15 my mom decided to take me to a specialist... read more
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