The majority of women with endometriosis experience many years of pain before getting a diagnosis. For some, getting to that stage may even require surgery.
But now a new innovation, the first of its kind in the world, can help patients avoid this suffering. A team of endometriosis doctors, artificial intelligence experts, molecular biologists and laboratory doctors have joined forces to develop a diagnostic test based on the sequencing of microRNAs found in saliva.
This non-invasive saliva test, known as Ziwig Endotest®, was validated in the largest clinical trial ever carried out in this field4. It facilitates the early diagnostics of all forms of endometriosis4-8 with almost 100% accuracy1, 6.
The distribution of Ziwig Endotest® by labor team enables doctors to diagnose and treat endometriosis at an early stage.