The outlook on endometriosis, which affects at least one in ten women of childbearing age, is finally starting to change. This crippling chronic disease, long analyzed through the sole prism of its effects on fertility, is now emerging as a real public health issue. While an investigation by the association EndoFrance showed in June that 65% of women recognize the negative impact of the disease on their daily professional life, Alice Romerio, post-doctoral researcher at the Center for Employment and Work Studies (CETT), has also widened this blind spot. His survey, published in November, shows how this invisible and complex disease affects the professional life and career of women.
Published this Wednesday by EndoFrance, a white paper also suggests avenues for reflection on the subject pending a more comprehensive government response. Following the significant mobilization of associations and health professionals, a Law proposition aiming to do
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