Dear Juneau Biosciences Community Member,

Can you feel it?  There is new awareness, new energy and palpable momentum around endometriosis research.  Our clinical trial of the first non-invasive test for endometriosis in women with infertility is underway and we hope to launch that test for general use this year!  Next, we plan to develop a similar test for women with pelvic pain and to start the efforts to find new treatments for endometriosis.  Many thanks to all of you who have participated in Juneau’s research, we could not have done it without you!  Keep an eye out for us at the Million Women March for Endometriosis in Washington, D.C. on March 13, 2014.  With your continued help, WE WILL put an END TO ENDO.                                                                   

                                                  Sincerely,

Discovering the future of women’s health care

Endometriosis Research Study Newsletter  | Spring 2014

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It’s March and what better way to celebrate endometriosis awareness month than to MARCH! Juneau Biosciences is excited to announce their support and attendance at the first annual Million Women March. Find out more about this event

and how you can participate.

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This year marks the 17th anniversary of endometriosis awareness month. Find out about events in your area and ways that you can get involved to spread

the word about this debilitating

disease.

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Meet Heather Guidone, a twenty-year endometriosis advocate and educator. Learn more about Heather’s battle with endometriosis and find out why

her diagnosis has earned her

the title of “one of the loudest

voices for endometriosis.”

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Meet Lindsay Murphy, fellow EndoSister and a woman on a mission. In fact, when Lindsay was diagnosed with endometriosis, Lindsay began a personal mission to bring awareness

to endometriosis. Find out about

Lindsay’s mission and why she

doesn’t mind being called “the

woman you met with endometriosis.”

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Have you ever wondered what really goes into the study of genes? Join us as we uncover genetic fun facts and how genes impact the development of

endometriosis.