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The Endometriosis Network Canada Coffee Klatch (and Tea)!

The Endometriosis Network Canada

Sunday, 26 May 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

The Endometriosis Network Canada Coffee Klatch (and...

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An opportunity for those with endometriosis to gather with others afflicted by the same disease in a fun, relaxed environment. 


This intimate event will allow you to meet with others in the GTA struggling with endometriosis. A good chance to talk about treatment options; symptoms; and other issues related to this, often, confusing disease. 

Coffee, tea and Gluten-free treats will be available to enjoy while you chat!

Members of the Endometriosis Network Canada will also be on hand to answer questions about the organization, and volunteer opportunities. 

Registration is free*. Space is limited so register today**!

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*There is no cost to attend this event, however, donation jars will be on site to help the Endometriosis Network, a non-profit patient advocacy association, to continue to put on events like this.

**Due to space limitations, this event is limited to those with endometriosis. If you register and are then unable to attend, please email to cancel your ticket and let a waitlisted person attend.


Have questions about The Endometriosis Network Canada Coffee Klatch (and Tea)!? Contact The Endometriosis Network Canada

When & Where

The Toronto Wedding Chapel and Event Space
2 Lola Road
Toronto, Ontario M5P 1E4

Sunday, 26 May 2013 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)

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The Endometriosis Network Canada

The Endometriosis Network Canada is an incorporated not-for-profit organization whose mission is to facilitate & promote a patient centered approach to managing Endometriosis. We aim to reduce the diagnostic average from 8 – 12 years that frequently follows visiting multiple doctors, receiving conflicting or incorrect information and inevitably lost productivity and self worth.

To accomplish this we are working to provide:

  • Education of teens to ensure earlier recognition of symptoms
  • Education and social integration programs for those with Endometriosis
  • Advocacy for the continuing education of medical professionals integral to patient care
  • National Awareness & Workplace Education to eliminate the Taboo associated with Endometriosis
  • A support network accessible nationwide through the use of online forums, social media, and in person support programs

The Endometriosis Network will work to reduce the burden of living life with such a life-altering condition.

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