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Factoid #4: Federal funding for endometriosis research is scarce. In 2018, endo received only $7 million of the NIH’s $37.7 billion budget. That equates to less than $1 per woman that suffers from endometriosis in the U.S. This already minute amount of money is predicted to continue decreasing. You can find out why and how this funding cut affects women living with endo in this article from Cosmo.
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Here's a forum where you can share your story or read about others living with endometriosis! The website itself also has information about endometriosis, so check it out!
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Talking about Endo can be scary, especially with your doctor. This video from SpeakEndo.com gives tips on how to talk to and how to build a good relationship with your doctor, so you can be prepared and confident when discussing endometriosis.
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