Founded and Sponsored by
Dr. Camran Nezhat, Dr. Farr Nezhat, Dr. Ceana Nezhat and Dr. Azadeh Nezhat
Pictured: Endometriosis Australia’s Founder & Executive Director designed this awesome save the date image for everyone to share!
© AudreyMichel Photography
ENDOMETRIOSIS: TIME TO END THE SILENCE
The Worldwide EndoMarch, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, sponsors Worldwide EndoMarch and World Endometriosis Day events around the world to raise awareness about endometriosis, an incurable and potentially crippling disease that affects about 1 in 8 women and girls; that’s roughly 200 million people & about ten times the prevalence of autism. Read more…
Washington, DC Official Video
Infinite gratitude to all of the guest speakers, who delivered inspirational speeches and words of encouragement to millions of women and girls around the world, despite DC’s arctic conditions! Pictured: Our fabulous Master of Ceremony, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski.
Law & Order’s Stephanie March & MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski
Thank you so much again to Law & Order Actress Stephanie March & MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski for being the most awesome spokespersons for endometriosis awareness! They’re pictured above in the day’s most epic selfie.
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For Whom do you EndoMarch?
Some march for their sisters, daughters, mothers, wives; others march so that, one day, women and girls with endometriosis won’t suffer for 6-10 years before receiving a correct diagnosis and proper medical care. Why are you EndoMarching?
Fantastic News from Team France & France’s Ministry of Women’s Rights
Pictured: Madam Minister Vallaud-Belkacem, Dr. Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, France’s Country Captain Lilli H. and the other main French associations, ECE, MEMS, and EndoFrance, present France’s first ever proclamation in support of endometriosis awareness!
Team Nigeria’s Remarkable Endometriosis Awareness Contributions
Dr. Abayomi Ajayi is an Obstetrics / Gynecology surgeon, an infertility specialist, and founder of the Nordica Fertility Centre located in the Nigerian states of Lagos, Abuja, and Delta.
Summary of the 1st Annual Worldwide EndoMarch in Washington, DC
At the USA event in Washington, DC, the day began with EndoMarchers registering at the Andrew Mellon Auditorium, where everyone enjoyed some hot breakfast, before the Educational Symposium. The Educational Symposium commenced with Michelle Bernard, who was the Master of the Ceremony. One by one, speakers took the podium and addressed important topics dealing with endometriosis. EndoMarchers heard from all the speakers and the organizations they represented. It was such an honor to have many of our attendees listening to our medical and patient support group leaders. Read more…