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The first-ever microRNA-based molecular screen for endometriosis.

Eliminate Unknowns
About EndomiR

EndomiR compares the expression levels of a panel of microRNAs with those from surgically confirmed cases of endometriosis.

In a matter of days, not years, EndomiR provides actionable data for both physicians and patients, revolutionizing the screening process for patients with endometriosis.

Explain the Pain
How Can EndomiR Help Me?

Endometriosis is the leading cause of unexplained infertility among individuals assigned female at birth.

Additionally, 50 to 65 percent of cases involving chronic pelvic pain are undiagnosed endometriosis.

Comparable to the diagnostic gold standard, laparoscopy, EndomiR offers rapid, accurate screening for endometriosis in those with chronic pelvic pain or infertility, ensuring timely intervention and enhancing the standard of care for women.

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How Testing with EndomiR Works
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Consult physician

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Blood sample

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Test and analyze in lab

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Results available to physician

Afynia’s screening panel screens for the expression levels of circulating microRNAs (miRNAs) that are differentially expressed in women with endometriosis versus symptomatic controls. EndomiR accurately screens for endometriosis and delivers objective data for informed decision-making.

FAQ
FAQs About EndomiR

To learn more about EndomiR, please email us at info@afynia.com or phone at 1-888-829-2462.

Who is a candidate for testing?

EndomiR is indicated for use in women with chronic pelvic pain, menstrual pain, and/or unexplained infertility.

It is not indicated for use in women with or suspected reproductive cancers.

How can I gain access to the EndomiR blood test?

EndomiR is currently available for research-use only in fertility clinics in Canada. We are continually looking for the opportunity to connect with more clinics and expand our patient list.

If EndomiR is currently unavailable at your nearest clinic, share our website with them.

What do the results on my test indicate?

Your result will be shown as a percentage that represents your likelihood of having endometriosis compared to confirmed surgical controls. Your physician will follow up regarding next steps and treatment.

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