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Two IMB researchers have been recognised in the prestigious Australian Academy of Science 2024 honorific awards.
Discovering the genes involved in endometriosis is vitally important for our understanding and designing treatments. But it’s not the whole story. 
IMB researchers have discovered how the ‘on-switch’ for the body’s inflammation machinery can get stuck, causing rare genetic inflammatory diseases.


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Endometriosis Awareness Month

A common misconception is that intense period pain is just part of being a woman. Here we bust that myth and shed light on other misconceptions of this common and little-understood disease.

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