Heidi stresses the impact of the national HRT shortage
Speaking with GBN, Heidi stresses the impact the national shortage of HRT has on those relying on add-back hormone therapy treatments to feel well.
Action is desperately needed as gynaecology waiting times rise by 60%
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) issued a report telling of how gynaecology waiting lists have risen leaving over half a million people waiting for treatment, many of those with endometriosis.
Good news for thoracic endometriosis care
The British Society for Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) and The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecology (RCOG) release a joint statement on the need for improvements into thoracic endometriosis care in England.
Carla pays emotional tribute to Sir David Amess
Carla pays emotional tribute to Sir David Amess following his tragic and unexpected death.
The news that shocked the nation
A heartfelt loss. Sir David Amess loses his life during a tragic attack carried out at his constituency surgery.
The Government launches call for evidence
The UK Government launches a call for evidence to help improve health and wellbeing of women.
Resilient Sir David Amess calls for another debate into the effects of endometriosis
Sir David Amess calls for a debate into the emotional and physical impacts of endometriosis.
Sir David Amess salutes Carla for inspiring the endometriosis APPG and the ongoing enquiry
Sir David Amess gives thanks to Carla for inspiring the work of the APPG during the Summer Adjournment Debate.
The Endometriosis Foundation completes filming the Real Life Stories campaign series
After making our way across the UK meeting hundreds of people through our online community support group, we complete our Real Life Stories filming series for another year.
Sir David Amess shares the shocking findings from the report enquiry
Sir David Amess shares the shocking feedback provided by 10,000 people living with endometriosis.
Sir David Amess calls for a debate
Sir David Amess calls for a debate after carrying out a survey collecting evidence from over 10,000 people living with endometriosis.
13,000 people share the devastating effects of how endometriosis affects their career
Sir David Amess speaks in parliament debate discussing the BBC survey carried out on over 13,000 women where 80% shared the devastating consequences endometriosis has had on their careers.
The Endometriosis APPG call on the government to act
The All Party Parliamentary Group on Endometriosis met with the Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price to urge the Government to take action on the condition.
Sir David Amess hosts a dinner gala at Westminster in aid of endometriosis awareness
We were delighted to be invited to dine at Westminster in aid of raising awareness of endometriosis and discussing our campaign with ministers.
Sir David Amess Registers The Endometriosis APPG
Sir David Amess launch the Endometriosis All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) with the goal to raise awareness of the condition, particularly amongst young girls in education, and look to investigate how those who suffer from the condition can receive the support they need.
CRGH to train new embryologists
There are currently very few centres within the UK that are accredited to train embryologists. CRGH are at the forefront in delivering top success rates and leading education.
Sir David Amess speaks of endometriosis in Houses of Parliament
Sir David Amess supports Carla's campaign by asking for a debate of the support for those living with endometriosis.
Sir David Amess supports Carla's campaign to raise awareness of endometriosis in schools
Sir David Amess supports Carla's campaign to raise awareness of endometriosis in schools. The pair worked together to lobby the government into implementing awareness of the condition in schools.
Carla petitions for awareness and education of endometriosis
Carla launches campaign to raise awareness of endometriosis in schools having said had she had known about endometriosis and the symptoms to look our for, she could have seeked help sooner.