WORLDWIDE ENDOMETRIOSIS MARCH
Founded and Sponsored by
Dr. Camran Nezhat, Dr. Farr Nezhat, Dr. Ceana Nezhat and Dr. Azadeh Nezhat
Dr. Nezhat’s television interview (March 16th, 2016)
KTVU speaks with Dr. Camran Nezhat about the prevalence of endometriosis, diagnosis and treatment and the 3rd annual Worldwide Endometriosis March in San Francisco.
Stunningly beautiful EndoMarch 2016 video
Team Portugal EndoMarch 2016
Back pain? Check. Bladder pain? Check. Vomiting, diarrhea, swellings throughout the body? Check. – These were just a few of the whole-body symptoms of an endometriosis-like disease, described more than 300 years ago, findings that Dr. Nezhat’s research uncovered for the first time in his article, ‘Endometriosis: ancient disease, ancient treatments.’
For many years, Dr. Nezhat has been spreading the word that endometriosis is a whole body disease, an understanding that even Hippocratic physicians from 2,500 years ago had come to believe about an endometriosis-like disease they called “strangulation of the womb.” Similar observations were made by physicians from more than 300 years ago, including from the preeminent 17th century physician, Thomas Sydenham.
Yet, despite the ancient observations and endless trails of whole-body somatic destruction so plainly – and histopathologically – evident in modern times, many today still somehow overlook all the signs and symptoms that have stretched back for centuries. It seems to be a clear-cut case of “what the mind doesn’t know, the eye doesn’t see.” In the next phases of our team’s awareness work, we’ll do our best to help bring (back) the ancient understanding – that endometriosis is a whole body disease – out from the fringes and to the forefront of medical and societal discourse. Endometriosis: ancient disease, ancient treatment
Team Italy On The Way To Parliament
Fantastic milestone achieved by Team Italy, whose members have helped realize the drafting of a bill ….read more .
Tearing Down Taboos – 2015 Proclaimed ‘The Year of the Period’
In a recent article from ‘The Atlantic’, Megan Garber reports that “Periods….read more .
Invincible song by Leila
Thank you to the amazing Claire McMahon of Team Ireland for composing, producing, and singing this beautiful song called ‘Together We Will Stand.’ We’re sharing this with all of the teams around the world as another inspirational song that everyone could feel free to sing for EndoMarch Day!.
Dr. Robert Wah, President of AMA, and Dr. Camran Nezhat, Founder of Worldwide EndoMarch, at the starting line of EndoMarch 2015, California.
Dr. Hal Lawrence – Endo Hero of the Year
Congratulations to Dr. Hal Lawrence, CEO and VP, American College of OBGYN, who has been nominated by the Worldwide EndoMarch board as the 2017 recipient of the Endo Hero of the Year award, for his outstanding contributions in the field of endometriosis research and advocacy.
Health Express recognizes Worldwide EndoMarch with Award
We are very honored to have been chosen as a recipient of Health Express’s Endometriosis Blog Award for 2015. We hope we can continue to make a difference in the lives of those suffering from endometriosis. Health Express is a fantastic organization that provides those suffering from chronic illnesses wonderful patient-centric health resources and news updates. You can check out their website here!
© AudreyMichel Photography
ENDOMETRIOSIS: TIME TO END THE SILENCE
Drs Camran, Farr , Ceana and Azadeh Nezhat, sponsors of the Worldwide EndoMarch & 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…
Italy’s EndoMarch 2015, which you can see here
Our theme song “Invincible”
We are proud to announce our theme song “Invincible” composed and performed by Ms. Leila Milki, a singer/songwriter living in Los Angeles. Leila originally composed this song for “Boy’s Toys,” a documentary illustrating women’s depiction in video games and promoting women empowerment. We give permission to all of our affiliates around the world to use this theme song on their websites and to circulate it.
Lei’tah VerseOne for Endometriosis Awareness
Brilliant work by preternaturally talented producer-singer-song-writer, Lei’tah VerseOne, who composed this song especially for #endometriosis awareness & #endomarch2015! ITUNES LINK
Every Girl Needs To Read This: What It’s Like Living With Endo
Ellie Angel-Mobbs shares her story of living with endometriosis.
Hi. I’m Ellie Angel-Mobbs. Nice to meet you. I’m the bubbly, bright spark, full of fun and laughs hosting the morning show from 9 till 1:30pm on 2DayFM. But some days, I cannot get out of bed. In four years I’ve had three surgeries, four visits to the emergency department, hundreds of doctor visits and 10,000 tears! I’m 29 and have endometriosis and adenomyosis.. Read more…
Join the march to help raise awareness about Endometriosis !
Precinct Manager of Virginia was on TV
RICHMOND, Va – March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and Chandelis Duster and Dr. Marlene Dookhan, OB/GYN and Laparoscopic Surgeon, stopped by the studio to talk about diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment for Endometriosis, as well as the support group Yellow HOPE. Chandelis, Virginia Precinct Manager for Worldwide Endometriosis March and Co-Founder of Yellow HOPE, shared her story after being diagnosed with the disease. The Endometriosis World Wide March is Saturday, March 28th in Washington, DC. See video…
GET READY DC !
We are excited to announce that Andy Bishop, Adrian Cubbage, and Joel Parker of Triple Threat Produx, will be joining us in DC, as the Masters of Ceremonies! They’ve been generous supporters of the endometriosis & infertility communities for years and so we are delighted to have them on Team USA for #ENDOMARCH2015 in Washington, DC! To learn more about Andy, Adrian, and Joel, please see their biographies here.
Team Nigeria – Join us – March for Endometriosis
Nigeria: Endomarch 2015 Kicks Off March 14
2015 Endometriosis March sponsored by Howard University
WASHINGTON (March 13, 2015) – The Howard University Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology will serve as a local sponsor of the 2015 Worldwide EndoMarch for Endometriosis. 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.
© AudreyMichel Photography
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! Read more…
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. Read more…
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…