The average time to an endometriosis (EM) diagnosis continues to be a staggering 10 years, though this time may be even longer in women of color. Clinicians need to learn how to address these ongoing delays in EM care. Hear real patient stories and learn real-world strategies to reduce diagnostic delays, address treatment misconceptions, and navigate challenges in care that racially diverse women face at incomparable rates. Learn about the limitations with conventional EM treatment options and surgery as well as with the promising role of newer GnRH receptor antagonists in managing EM-related pain.
Faculty: Linda Bradley, MD
Expiration Date: March 29, 2024