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Endometriosis:  Lessons from a Patient and Advocate | Melissa Boudreau

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Endometriosis: Lessons from a Patient and Advocate | Melissa Boudreau

March 8, 2021

Endometriosis: Lessons from a Patient and Advocate | Melissa Boudreau

Endometriosis impacts 1 in 10 women and takes an average of 7-10 years to diagnose.  Given it is Endometriosis Awareness Month, I thought this was the perfect time to hear from Melissa Boudreau.

As an advocate for women’s health, Melissa Boudreau,  uses her free time to increase awareness about endometriosis, through her podcast, The Cycle

Melissa shares:

  • Her endometriosis story
  • Suggestions for finding the right doctor for you
  • Themes she’s learned through her advocacy work and podcast
  • Tools to support you in your journey

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More About Melissa Boudreau

Melissa Boudreau grew up in Detroit, MI, and is a lover of Detroit, the Caribbean, NYC, and Michigan. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Management from Ashford University and a Master of Arts in Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied Communications from Michigan State University. Melissa is considered an expert in social media marketing, print media and certified in YouTube and Google AdWords through the Michigan State New Media Driver’s License.

Melissa and her husband, Bryan, reside in Royal Oak, MI, and together enjoy traveling, Detroit Lions football, and of course, going to the movies.

In 2017, she launched a protein bar; It Fits bar, after she struggled to find one that met her needs. 

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