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Help Stamp Out Endometriosis!

International Endometriosis Research Center Launches “Stamp out Endo” Campaign

Each year, the United States Postal Service receives thousands of letters proposing stamp subjects from the American public. Many of the subjects ultimately chosen to appear on U.S. stamps and postal stationery are
the result of these suggestions. Ranging from breast cancer to childhood health concerns, many critical awareness issues have been highlighted by the USPS over the years.

Sadly, Endometriosis has not been one of them.

The ERC strongly believes that an incurable and painful disease affecting up to 10 million American women and girls – and another 70 million worldwide – deserves to be highlighted, and we ask for your timely support in helping to facilitate this mission.

Stamp proposals can take up to 3 years for consideration by the USPS Citizens’ Stamp Advisory Committee. We believe, however, that the time is NOW to “STAMP OUT ENDO,” and invite anyone who has – or cares for someone who suffers from – Endometriosis to add your name to this Petition today, so
that we may submit the multitude of signatures to the Committee for their timely consideration of this crucial campaign. The disease afflicts 1 in every 5 women and girls. That means; either you suffer from it yourself –
or someone you love does.

Please join us in bringing widespread awareness to this insidious illness that alters the lives of all those affected by it. Click the link below to visit the Petition page now, learn the facts about Endometriosis, and
lend your signature in support.

Pass it on.

On behalf of the 80+ million women and girls suffering from Endometriosis,

we thank you.

The International Endometriosis Research Center
A 501(c)3 tax-exempt, tax-deductible foundation
World Headquarters: 630 Ibis Drive / Delray Beach, FL 33444

Sign the Petition today and pass the link on!


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