Many readers of Endometriosis News have reached out and urged us to do more to bring additional awareness about clinical trials applicable to the patient community. In response, we have created a new Clinical Trial Notification Program that helps us match individuals directly to relevant clinical trials based off of their profile information. For participants in our clinical trial notification program, we may reach out directly to inform you of a clinical trial that may be specifically relevant to you.

Communication between Endometriosis News and program participants is strictly confidential and subject to our Privacy Policy. We do not share your personal information with third parties except when you have expressly provided us permission to do so and requested that we share such information on your behalf. We will not use, sell, or assign your email address for any purpose other than to communicate with you about clinical trial services.

If you are interested in participating in our Clinical Trial Notification Program, please click the button below and complete a short questionnaire. If we identify a trial that your profile is a match for, we will communicate with you via email informing you of the opportunity and will provide information on the sponsor company and trial protocol. With your consent, we will then forward your information to a clinical trial study site in your area for review.

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  1. Sue Chitwood says:

    I’m interested in participating in endometriosis clinical trials and any job opportunities that you may have in Illinois.

    As a Research Scientist in the Food industry for 20 years, I have experience in experimental design, trials studies, laboratory work and following strict regulatory FDA and USDA guidelines.

    My passion to work with an endometriosis study or association is because I have been suffering with it for 22 years, with continual medication changes and surgical procedures. I want to help find a cure for myself and so many millions of women that are suffering in the world, now and in the future.

  2. After 12 years of pain, abundance of pain. I have been diagnosed with Deep Infiltroting Endometriosis & Rectrovagional. I am 50 years old. I am anticipating this has attached to my kidneys as well, as the pain in my kidenys is severe. My Dr is recommending Lurpon for 6 months, then tests and surgeries, many. I am a healing arts therapist. The reason I have made it without diagnosis is that I eat well, exercise, and meditate. I am a hypnotherapist, so I would release the pain. I take NO medicines and never have. Not even an antibiotic. Worried though.

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