Early diagnosis

Early diagnostic

can limit disease progression

and its consequences

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Guiding decisions


personalized medicine

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New therapies

Support the rise


new therapies

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Who we are

About us

Endodiag vision is that we can radically change the lives of millions of women suffering from endometriosis through earlier and easier diagnosis and radically improved disease management.
We develop new endometriosis diagnostic solutions for healthcare professionals. These solutions are intended to contribute to a better endometriosis diagnosis, a more personalized patient management, more efficient treatment options and fertility strategy.

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A misunderstood and misdiagnosed disease


Endometriosis affects 10% of all women of reproductive age

Endometriosis is caused by tissue, that usually lines inside the uterus, developing outside the uterus.


Severe but non-specific symptoms

Patients with endometriosis present with a variety of symptoms, most notably chronic pelvic pain (75% of patients) and infertility (up to 40%)


Major diagnostic delays

Endometriosis is often misdiagnosed or remains undiagnosed for a long period of time.


No permanent cure

There's no permanent cure for endometriosis so far. Symptom relief is the primary goal of existing treatment options combining surgery and hormonal therapies

Endodiag works on

Early diagnosis

The first blood test for endometriosis detection

Currently only the removal of endometriosis lesions via surgery and their lab analysis allows the diagnosis with certainty. The average diagnosis delay is about 7 to 11 years. Endodiag develops a non-invasive and reliable diagnostic test based on disease-specific biomarkers circulating in the blood. Such a test will allow physicians to prevent disease progression and potentially safeguard fertility.

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Guiding decisions

Mapping disease and help surgeons assess the best therapeutic strategy for each patient

Each patient endometriosis is unique so should be its treatment. This is why we are developing a solution to map the patient disease. This will help physicians to assess the best treatment and fertility strategy for each patient.

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New therapies

Understand the molecular mechanisms of endometriosis to give rise to new targeted therapies

Current therapies only address the symptoms and not the root causes. As a result, disease recurrence is frequent. There is a considerable need for novel targeted therapies without side effects, allowing pregnancy during treatment and prevent disease recurrence. Endodiag partners with teams working specifically on new drug development by bringing its know-how and technology.

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