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BREAKING NEWS: You’re invited! After selling out premieres in New York City, Sydney, Los Angeles, London, Auckland, Toronto and beyond, the groundbreaking endometriosis documentary ENDO WHAT? will have a special screening hosted in partnership with the Center for Endometriosis Care on Thursday, July 14 at 6:30PM at the Lefont Sandy Springs Theater. The screening will be followed by an interactive discussion with Filmmaker Shannon Cohn along with a panel of endometriosis experts including the CEC’s own Dr. Ken Sinervo, Dr. Robert B. Albee, Jr., Dr. Nicholas Kongoasa and other special guests. Please join us! Tickets are on sale now here.
Thank you for visiting our site! Please be sure to check out all of our articles, and let us know what else you’d like to see. This site is intended to serve as an aid to the public, including patients, professionals, media, researchers, advocates, legislators/policymakers, students, payers and industry, lay visitors and anyone seeking authoritative endometriosis education and care, along with awareness endeavors, research details and community resources. By serving our collaborative mission, we believe together we CAN unlock the mysteries of this painful and confusing illness which affects so many individuals worldwide. Herein you will find ongoing information related to research, advocacy, our surgical Fellowships and training and so much more to benefit all those who treat, write about, study – and most importantly, live with endometriosis. Those seeking care at our Center should get started here with our Frequently Asked Questions and visit our main patient site at centerforendo.com.
Endometriosis is a troubling, often debilitating illness affecting an estimated 176 million individuals globally (WERF). It is a highly prevalent health condition characterized by ectopic growth of endometrial-like tissue in the extrauterine environment. The disease is responsible for causing pain ranging from mild to crippling; loss of countless missed work and school hours/presenteeism; infertility/pregnancy loss; bowel and/or bladder pain; sexual pain/dysfunction and various other physical, emotional, financial and intangible consequences. Visit our comprehensive fact sheet on endometriosis here to learn more. Endometriosis does not have to be hopeless! At the CEC, Dr. Sinervo, Dr. Albee and Dr. Kongoasa believe quality excision surgery is the cornerstone of any effective management approach, and can offer long-term relief and restoration of fertility in many affected individuals.
Historically, excision has always been the gold standard of surgical treatment for this disease, but unfortunately is only practiced by a small number of global surgeons who have dedicated their life’s work to successful and advanced treatment of the disease. Surgical excision is the cornerstone of any effective, multidisciplinary therapy for endometriosis. Our COEMIG-designated Center of Excellence has been successfully helping thousands of patients of all ages, from every corner of the world, to regain their quality of life for nearly two and a half decades. If you are interested in becoming a CEC patient, please click here. In the interim, please avail yourself of the information and updates we have provided herein. We want to help you live well – in spite of endometriosis – and we’re glad you’re here.
NEWS: be sure to visit the official website of the 13th World Congress on Endometriosis to submit abstracts and keep abreast of the latest developments of this exciting upcoming event to be held in Vancouver next year!