HMatW eNewsletter


March 2012

> Free Video Podcast Spotlighting Endometriosis Association

Endometriosis is a painful, chronic disease that affects at least 6.3 million women and girls in the United States. In this episode of the Health Matters at Work video podcast series, our host Jerry Franz met with Mary Lou Ballweg, President and Executive Director of the Endometriosis Association, to talk about what endometriosis is, who is impacted and how the association is helping people affected by this disease. The Endometriosis Association offers many services to help educate and support those affected by this disease, as well as promote and facilitate research leading towards the cause and cure for endometriosis.

Click below to watch this episode of Health Matters at Work® and learn more about the Endometriosis Association.

About Endometriosis Association
The Endometriosis Association was the first organization in the world created for those with endometriosis. As an independent self-help organization of women with endometriosis, doctors and others interested in the disease, it is a recognized authority in its field whose goal is to work toward finding a cure for endometriosis as well as providing education, support and research.

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