Endo Webinar Video

A huge thanks to the Endometriosis Family Support Group and the Riverside Medical Clinic Charitable Foundation.  Last night Meghan Cleary spoke about “Why Won’t My Insurance Pay for my Endometriosis Surgery? How Clinical Gender Bias Delays Diagnosis and Treatment – And What You Can Do About It”. Here is the link to the webinar:

Free Endo Webinar!

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Our friends at the Endometriosis Family Support Group are at it again! On October 18, 2017, at 7pm (PST), they’ll be hosting a Webinar with Paige Gibbons (from the Uterus & Duderus Podcasts).  She’ll be covering how you (yes YOU) can talk to others about Endometriosis.

For more information, AND to register, email Megan at megan@rmccharity.org

 

Free Endo Webinar: 9/20/17 from the EFSG!

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Our Endometriosis Family Support Group meeting will be on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, at 7 p.m. Our scheduled speaker for this month is Devra Densmore, Associate Director of Advocacy Relations at Continuum Clinical. If you have ever wondered about joining a clinical research study, this will be a wonderful opportunity to learn!

Email megan@rmccharity.org with your name to register!

Free Webinar: Fighting Back Against Endo

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Our friends with the Endometriosis Family Support Group have reached out and will be allowing me the great honor of speaking for their monthly Webinar this month!  So, on Wednesday, May 17, 2017, at 7pm PST, please feel free to join us!  It’s FREE!  Registration is required, though, so you receive log-in information.  Please email Megan at megan@RMCcharity.org to RSVP.

I’ll be speaking about how you, yes YOU, can fight back in little ways.  Since I’ve no medical or nutritional background, I’m not talking about the diet, exercise, pills, procedures, supplements, or surgeries – nah.  Not that.

I mean the small ways of fighting back.  Regaining a sense of control.  Giving back to the Endo community, participating in studies, fundraising for an organization, speaking to schools, embracing other EndoSisters, etc.  We don’t have to have loads of money, be a part of a corporation, or work for a non-profit in order to make a difference.  We can just make a difference in our own communities, for our own lives, and for those around us. ❤

Again, if you’d like to come watch, register with Megan via email here.  If you cannot attend that night, it is being recorded and will be shared later. 🙂

*squee*

~Lisa