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World Continence week
More help needed to stop prostate cancer survivors falling into a ‘survivorship abyss’
Exoskeleton-assisted walking may improve bowel function in people with spinal cord injury
BINS4Blokes to stay in public toilets at City of Salisbury
Mesh awareness Day
How intimate partner violence affects children’s health
Research could help diagnose prostate cancer severity more accurately
Researchers push scientific boundaries, overcome stigma so women don’t have to ‘suffer in silence’
Surgical robots developed by Vanderbilt researchers could make radical prostatectomy safer and less invasive
National Association for Continence Recognizes CHOP’s Amanda Berry, PhD, CPNP
‘Smart Wrap’ implant may help people better control their bladders
Australian-first study on new precision prostate cancer treatment
Higher risk of future fecal incontinence after sphincter injuries
Australian-first study for new prostate solution
Researchers look to control organ function through new computational model
Honouring slaves experimented on by ‘father of gynaecology’
$1.2 million support package to benefit Western Australians with incontinence
NHS urged not to spend money on expensive incontinence devices
$1.6 Million Grant to Reverse Urinary Incontinence
Florida surgeon Steven D. Wexner, MD, FACS, elected Vice-Chair of ACS Board of Regents
Young people with Crohn’s & Colitis need more mental health support
Minimally invasive treatment can help prostate cancer patients preserve quality of life
Examining Side Effects of Alzheimer’s Disease Dementia Drugs
Overcoming ‘leaky bladder’ in groups
Deprescribing: how many medicines is too many?
Researchers discover potential treatment for rare degenerative disease
Innovative Compression Underwear Assists with Mild Urinary Incontinence and Prolapse
Seniors Warned Invest in Continence or Risk Retirement Plans
Patients who had been waiting in operation queue died earlier
Wearable device assists people with loss of bladder function
UNE well represented at national physical therapy conference
Modified tuberculosis vaccine as a therapy for cancer of bladder
Low-cost “smart” diaper can notify caregiver when it’s wet
Ethicon response to Federal Court of Australia judgment on pelvic mesh class action
Vaginal tearing: why are episiotomies down despite some benefits?
Lifting lid on a hidden cancer