"Hundreds of women in Gauteng donned their sneakers to take part in the Global Million Women March for Endometriosis. The 2.5 km walk is part of a global campaign to highlight endometriosis awareness." http://www.sabc.co.za/news/a/7ea1c8004c170facb420b427c315d91e/March-raises-Endometriosis-awareness-20160319
What a great article! One endo survivor talks about how she struggled with endometriosis and decided to start making jewelry to raise awareness. You can read the full story here http://blogs.windsorstar.com/life/is-that-what-i-think-it-is-jewelry-born-from-windsor-womans-endometriosis-battle and her blog here https://splendometriajewelry.wordpress.com/.
"Diagnosing endometriosis is hard, but treating it turned out to be worse." An **amazing** writeup about endometriosis from Liz Blocker. I related sooooo much to this, it is dead on and I found myself thinking back to when I was first diagnosed and going from doctor to doctor to try and find **any** treatment that wouldn't leave me worse than I started. http://www.bustle.com/articles/158633-diagnosing-endometriosis-is-hard-but-treating-it-turned-out-to-be-worse
In line with the demands of her crown, the newly-crowned Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria 2015, Miss Unoaku Anyadike, has said that she will devote her reign to creating awareness of the dangers of #endometriosis in females.
Researchers at the Shanghai Jiao Tong University, in China, synthesized a gene delivery system that effectively to treat #endometriosis. Their work, detailed in the study “Hyaluronic acid reagent functional chitosan-PEI conjugate with AQP2-siRNA suppressed endometriotic lesion formation,” was published in the International Journal of Nanomedicine.