Breakthrough in Relieving Endometriosis Pain
Following up on our recently published post about endometriosis, a condition in which 1 in 10 women suffer from, many in silence due to the lack of awareness about how bad it can be.
The newest findings by Professor Caroline Gargett and her team from the Hudson Institute of Medical Research have revealed a marker for a type of adult stem cell in the uterus. Being able to identify the exact location of these cells, the team can now proceed to study them in isolation.
This breakthrough is paramount in gaining a better understanding of endometriosis and how the resultant pain can be relieved.
Read more about it here. “Scientists’ breakthrough finding may relieve endometriosis pain”
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