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Endometriosis organizations

As the first organization in the world created for women with endometriosis, the Endometriosis Association is dedicated to endometriosis education, support, and research.

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An organization that strives to raise disease awareness, promote education, and increase research funding.

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The Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA) is a nonprofit organization working to raise endometriosis awareness, reduce the delay in diagnosis, and provide advocacy for the endometriosis community. To achieve these goals the EFA runs a thriving endometriosis education program (the ENPOWR Project), hosts annual conferences to engage the medical community, and funds landmark research.

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A nonprofit organization that strives to ensure recognition of the far-reaching impact that endometriosis continues to have on patients of all ages.

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A nonprofit organization providing online and face-to-face support from other women coping with endometriosis.

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HealthyWomen is the nation’s leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women, with a mission to educate and empower women to make informed health choices for themselves and their families.

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Endometriosis communities

A website and Facebook page raising awareness and providing support for endo sisters around the world.

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#EndoWarrior

A hashtag with a large following for endo sisters to connect, inform, and inspire.

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A social network dedicated to connecting women with endometriosis. Ask questions, share support, and make lasting connections.

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