The Invisible is an on going documentation of my experience with endometriosis. Diagnosed in 2017, this chronic autoimmune disease cost me four surgeries in less than a year, two in 2018 and a fifth to come in 2019. During those months of sick leave, I strive – when my body allows me – to picture the reality of this invisible and so badly diagnosed disease. But it’s not about me: Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women, or 176 million women worldwide. Yet largely unknown to the public and misunderstood by the medical profession, it remains underdiagnosed, with a delay of...
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