ENDOMETRIOSIS UPDATE

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High Times

Its 2021 and another endometriosis awareness month! Although the spectre of 2020 is firmly behind us now there are still many challenges...

Endo and Race

Throughout this year the issues of systemic racism have once again been brought into the spotlight. These issues resonate into every...

Transformative

Because endometriosis is a condition that is drastically under researched in relation to how common it is, there are many ‘firsts’ yet to...

Endo in the Time of Coronavirus

I think its fair to say that the last few months have been…unprecedented, both in terms of the size and scale of the issues that the...

That Recurring Feeling

Treatment of endometriosis is not an exact science. A medication that works well to relieve the symptoms for one person, may have no...

The Rhythm is Gonna Get You

It’s been a busy month, both for myself and the endo community. If you live in the UK you will probably notice that endometriosis has...

Endo: First Blood

Before I get into the latest post, some exciting news! I’m going to be joining the Greaves Lab at the University of Warwick this...

The Other Side

No one likes to wait for things - standing in a queue at the checkout, sitting in traffic at a red light, waiting to be seated at a...

Testing Times

One of the main priorities in endo research is the development of new diagnostic tests. Despite improved awareness over the last few...

DIY

One of the major problems with living with endometriosis (and that is a long list of things to choose from), is the inconsistency in...

Can't get no satisfaction

While clinical and experimental work on endometriosis is essential for developing new treatments and expanding our knowledge of the...

What's in a Name

Does endometriosis need to be diagnosed? This may seem like an obvious question, yet there are still a few people, even within the...

Endo Belly

Perhaps one of the most overlooked symptoms of endometriosis is the aptly named ‘endo belly’. A quick google image or social media search...

Endo Everywhere

Endometriosis awareness has come on in leaps and bounds since I started this blog way back in the dim and distant past of 2009 (the...

Bad News

Hello readers! Welcome to the first post of the official Endometriosis Update website. I’ll give you fair warning, it’s a long article...

New Social Media Accounts

If you like what I do here at Endometriosis Update, you can follow me on Twitter @EndoUpdateBlog or on Instagram @endoupdate for shorter...

The Kids aren't Alright

One of the biggest challenges in endometriosis today is the reduction in the time to diagnosis. Depending on where you are and what...

Endometriosis - The Basics

This is a blogpost I’ve been meaning to do for a while now. In this blog I mostly write about specific research with a pretty narrow...

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Dr Matthew Rosser

I have over 15 years experience researching endometriosis, endometrial cancer and fibroids. During this time I have       noticed that whilst research is regularly published on               endometriosis very little is reported accurately to the public in mainstream media. This blog aims to educate and inform anyone who wishes to learn more about the science and research into endometriosis.

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