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Michelle Iracheta

Fri Mar 20 2020 13:30:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)


As many of you now know, the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically changed how we interact, socialize and live our lives.
To curb the spread of the virus, the Endometriosis Foundation of Houston on March 13 made the decision to cancel the inaugural Endometriosis Awareness Rally scheduled for March 28. Just days later, Harris County officials closed bars, restaurants and asked the public to stay indoors.

The rally has been postponed indefinitely.

We will provide updates when we have additional information.

Please read our full release here:

Public awareness of
endometriosis is key, because it is estimated that 1 in 10 women are affected by endometriosis. Nearly 200 million individuals are affected by this disease worldwide.
Rethink Endo serves our community in new ways by focusing on one goal: Break the Cycle.
We will raise awareness by:
1. Debunking the myths of endometriosis; and
2. Encouraging individuals to be more open about their symptoms
You can help with this initiative by donating to support EFHou. Your gift enables EFHou to
continue providing support to the thousands of women in our area who suffer with
endometriosis. Your donation also enables us to create programs and organize evens.
For more updates, follow the Endometriosis of Houston on Facebook and Instagram at @EFHou.
Follow us on Twitter at @ef_hou. You can also visit
About the Endometriosis Foundation of Houston:
The Endometriosis Foundation of Houston (EFHou) is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable
organization created with the purpose of increasing disease recognition, offering vital support services to tens of thousands of individuals battling with endometriosis in the Bayou City and
helping connect patients, communities, stakeholders and healthcare providers to promote advocacy programs nationwide.
EFHou provides reliable, accurate information to those battling the disease and seeks to address
the ongoing need for endo awareness, advocacy, legislative support and research assistance.
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Michelle Iracheta
Director of Communications and Public Relations
Endometriosis Foundation of Houston
m. 832-729-2195
Follow us:
Facebook- @EFHou
Instagram- @EFHou
Twitter- @ef_hou |
EIN# 83-4107536

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