The Research Out-Smarts Endometriosis (ROSE) study seeks to better understand endometriosis and find a less invasive way to diagnose and treat the condition.

Diva International Inc. partnered with the ROSE study when they first began collecting menstrual blood from participants for research in 2014. As of right now, on average women wait eight to 10 years to get a diagnosis. The hope is to learn from the samples collected on how they can predict or diagnose the disease.

The ROSE study is one way patients with endometriosis can take their health into their own hands and help future generations.

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