DrNezhatEndoMarch 2014 by Camran Nezhat.

Who is Dr. Camran Nezhat?

One of the best specialists in the USA (in Stanford Hospital & Clinic in SF Bay Area) in the area of endometriosis treatment by the method laparoscopic surgery.

What did Endo March serve for?

—  To raise awareness for millions of women and girls suffering from endometriosis, to educate them and overall public  to become more alert and take responsibility for their own health — watch unhealthy conditions and tendencies in women/girls from the earlier age, meet doctors for screening and consultation regularly to prevent from chronic pathology development!

The idea is: earlier prophylaxis in many many cases helps to treat faster and easier and avoid serious chronic pathology and very expensive surgery. 

His clinic info is here.

See more details on Wikipedia.

DrNezhat_EndoMarch2014_2Thank you so much, dear Dr. Nezhat, for your endless efforts fighting for women’s health! You are our hero!

To all the EndoMarchers,

On behalf of the Nezhat Family and Board of Worldwide EndoMarch, I would like to express my immense gratitude for your time and efforts to raise awareness for millions of women and girls suffering from endometriosis.

It has been only a week since the cold, windy day of our Endo March in Washington, DC. However, I am still overwhelmed with pride how all of you made this a truly momentous international event. According to the park service, over 2000 of you were there to march on the National Mall, despite the weather, demonstrating a united front for change in front of our nation’s capitol. For those who could not be there from around the world, the presence of your rallying spirit was certainly felt.

The commitment everyone has shown to this cause will undoubtedly increase awareness about endometriosis and help us reach our goal of empowering people with knowledge to combat this life altering disease.

This is only the beginning. We will continue to move forward with our mission to bring worldwide attention to endometriosis and meaningful change to women’s health affecting millions of lives.

Camran Nezhat, MD

Here is photos from EndoMarch having place in March 2014 in Washington DC.