Last year I wrote about a study involving Endometriosis being found in Cynomolgus monkeys. Recently, a new study was published in Human Reproduction about those monkeys and Endometriosis, and here I am to regurgitate it to you in my layman understanding. At the Tsukuba Primate Research Center in Japan, 614 female cynomolgus monkeys were evaluated between 2008 […]
In the past, I’ve written about Endometriosis being found in two mandrillus sphinx, a German Shephard and cynomolgus monkeys. I know when I think of Endometriosis, I have to remind myself that any person, including cis-men can develop it, as well as animals. A study hit my inbox this morning about monkeys, rhesus macaques, developing Endometriosis. […]
So, we recently wrote about Endometriosis being found in two mandrillus sphinx. Last year we learned about Endo being found in a German Shephard. Well, today we read about it being found in monkeys: cynomolgus monkeys. This is not the first time Endometriosis has been found in this breed of monkey, but we’re going to […]
An extensive overview of what Endometriosis is, where it can grow, available treatments, etc.
Two weeks ago a paper was published in the Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica journal. The first reported case of an Endometrioma in a dog. A German Shepherd, to be precise. Now don’t be too surprised; primates have been found to develope endometriosis: gorillas, monkeys, and baboons. But this is the first time captured in literature that an animal has developed […]
It’s Friday! We made it through another week! Today’s Feel Good Friday quote is by French writer, painter, and poet, Malcolm de Chazal: “Monkeys are superior to men in this: when a monkey looks into a mirror, he sees a monkey.” Labels, fashion, movies, accepted norms : they’ve broadcast a false sense of beauty. This is further worsened […]