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The Origins Of Minimally Invasive Surgery

The Origins of Minimally Invasive Surgery

  • August 28, 2016

The Personal Observations of a Maximalist By Benedict B. Benigno, M.D. It all happened so suddenly. As soon as Ephraim McDowell performed his historic operation on Jane Todd Crawford in 1809, gynecologists began using a sharp knife to open the…

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President Obama’s Letter

  • July 5, 2016

Dear EndoMarch Supporters, Volunteers, Chapter Presidents, Precinct Managers, Ambassadors, Country Presidents, and Country Captains: On behalf of Headquarters of Worldwide Endometriosis March, we are honored to share with you President Obama’s response to the petition of members of Worldwide Endometriosis…

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Worldwide Endometriosis March 2017

  • July 3, 2016

It’s on! Saturday, March 25, 2017 We would like to cordially invite you to the 4th Annual Worldwide Endometriosis March awareness, taking place in dozens of cities around the world on Saturday, March 25, 2017. SAN FRANCISCO – March 25,…

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Endometriosis and infertility

  • June 14, 2015

EXPERT ANSWERS TO 6 QUESTIONS TO HELP PINPOINT THE BEST ROUTE TO PREGNANCY WHICH PATIENTS ARE LIKELY TO BENEFIT FROM MEDICAL THERAPY? When is surgery indicated? And when is it best to proceed to IVF? Our experts answer these and…

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Women march against ‘Endo’ in 53 nations

  • January 24, 2014

Roughly 8.5 million American women and teenage girls have endometriosis — often known by the short-hand term “endo” — a chronic gynecological disease that can lead to infertility, painful intercourse and other severe complications. It may affect more than 100…

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Endometriosis surgery decisions

  • October 30, 2012

Sunnyvale resident Rebecca Silberstein, who was diagnosed with endometriosis shortly after Thanksgiving 2009, didn't have the more classic experience of struggling with pain for years before getting proper treatment. Her symptoms came on suddenly and she quickly received care. But…

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Endometriosis sufferers long blamed

  • October 30, 2012

A medical review of history dating back about 4,000 years has found evidence of women being subjected to torturous treatments involving leeches, bloodletting, hot douches, being hung upside down, and even accused of demonic possession and killed - all for…

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