Why is endometriosis called the 'career woman's disease'?


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Why does it take women, on average, more than nine years to be accurately diagnosed for endometriosis, one of the most common medical disorders affecting women? Cristen and Caroline explore what endometriosis is, what causes it and why the uncurable condition is still so misunderstood by doctors today.

Topics in this Podcast: work, women's health, work-life balance