A 501(C)3Tax-Exempt, Tax-Deductible Organization

Endometriosis Research Center
World Headquarters
630 Ibis Drive
Delray Beach, FL 33444 USA



Toll Free: 800/239-7280
Phone: 561/274-7442
Fax: 561/274-0931

 

Endometriosis video generously provided by Endometriosis.org via Vimeo.


NOTE: We are working on revising our website thanks to the very generous support of Susan Pierce Richards, NP, Angie Whitney and the Selah Runners Group.  We ask for your patience during this transitional time.

You may experience broken links and outdated URLs. Thank you for staying tuned as we undergo a facelift! Please remember we are a non-profit organization which depends on volunteer support for such initiatives; as such, these projects take time. Thanks for your understanding! You can always join us here for the latest information and updates.

What's New?

Twenty Years of Pain
"20 Years of Pain:" Endometriosis Featured in Feb 2014 Ladies' Home Journal. Click here to read article or grab your copy on shelves today

Endometriosis: all in your head, caused by emotions??
Not likely! Read on.


Looking for research trials?
http://www.centerwatch.com/

Read the latest from Nancy's Nook here
musings on endometriosis from one of the foremost disease educators


We are extremely proud to support the mission and vision of the 12th World Congress on Endometriosis. CLICK HERE
for details.

Consensus on Current Management of Endometriosis released by World Endometriosis Society Montpellier Consortium: more

Associated Professors of Gynecology & Obstetrics releases robust CME monograph for medical school faculty to use to supplement training of residents and students, and for practicing healthcare providers to use to enhance their knowledge of endometriosis-related care: more

MARCH IS ENDOMETRIOSIS AWARENESS MONTH!
Thanks to the ERC's efforts in Congress to get House Con. Res. 291 passed several years ago, March is formally known by the U.S. Government as National Endometriosis Awareness Month.  Several states have also worked with us on individual efforts within their own local governments.  Get involved and be sure to stay tuned to our social media networks to check out our newest articles, see information on our awareness month activities and fundraisers, and join the conversations! 

Looking for our Girl Talk(tm) Program for young women aged 25 and under? We're on Facebook. Join us there today!

A critical article, new to our Women2Women Program: "Endometriosis: Considerations of LGBT Patients” by A. Dance, MAWH

The "Endometriosis Letter from Survivors" lives here.

Looking for original MENDO group (Men who Love Women with Endometriosis), founded in 1999 by John Blondin & Carey Lewis? Click here (please note that the MENDO name is property of John Blondin for the ERC and may not be used in any other context without permission; for men only - female partners, please join us here or request our Woman2Woman program materials)

Our website is dedicated to the memory of Kristi An Rose, "so no one else will suffer": Click here to learn more about this remarkable young woman.

Learn about the ERC: what we do
Learn about Endometriosis

BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN SCIENCE & SUPPORT SINCE 1997

Endometriosis is a painful illness affecting an estimated 176 million women and girls around the world (Hummelshoj; WERF).  Mistakenly stigmatized as merely "painful periods", the disease is far more than just simple "killer cramps".  The far-reaching effects of endometriosis negatively impact all of society - indeed, staggering costs associated with the illness soar near an estimated $119 billion annually (EndoCost Consortium, WERF).  The ERC has worked tirelessly since 1997 to make a positive difference in the lives of all those affected by the disease.  It's time for a change!

For almost two decades, our organization has been an international leader in endometriosis awareness, education, encouragement and empowerment, and is involved in a  number of global endometriosis research and collaborative efforts. Unlike other organizations,  however, we are unique in that we are not fee-based.  There is never a cost to be involved in or benefit from the ERC’s many programs.  There are many ways in which the ERC can help you, whether you are a women or girl with endometriosis, a loved one, physician, researcher or media contact.  We are dedicated not only to improving the quality of life for those with the disease, but to continuing our important work with clinicians and researchers all over the world as well in order to find more effective treatments for the disease - and ultimately, to find the cure.  It has been our mission since our founding to bridge the gap between patients and professionals.  Come join our efforts...we’re glad you’re here. Learn more here.

 

Proud Founders of Girl Talk(tm), the First-Ever
Education & Support Program for Young Women

 
Did you know? You can order endometriosis (and any other) books and benefit the ERC at the same time, just by clicking above!

:: Patients, Family & Friends :: Researchers :: Legislative & Public Awareness
At the ERC, our first priority is meeting the needs of the women with Endometriosis and their loved ones.  Through our many diverse programs, the ERC strives to empower, educate and encourage Endometriosis patients from all over the world.  If you are a patient or loved one of someone with Endometriosis, you have come to the right place - the ERC is here to help any way we can...ENTER

The ERC is committed to making sure that the research community continues to be aware of this often misdiagnosed disease. Researchers: please contact us today.

The ERC is a pioneer and continued leader in the efforts to increase recognition of this disease specifically among local, state and federal policymakers.  Through our work, the United State Congress unanimously passed the country's first-ever National Endometriosis Awareness Resolution, H. Con. Res. 291...ENTER