New Cells Found In The Urethra Which May Detect Hazardous Substances
A recent study conducted by a group of German scientists revealed the presence of a previously unknown cell in the urethra of mice.
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#1 Mar 25, 2013
It's always a relief to know that experts do not cease to explore possibilities that may set the stage for a potentially promising treatment for UTIs -- a problem that plagues women more often than initially thought. UTIs may also bring about symptoms of urinary incontinence which, when not given ample attention and treatment, may bring women even more problems. I also read some posts at http://plusist.com/health/complaints-involvin... that severe urinary incontinence may only be treated surgically with the use of bladder sling implants -- devices that have been dealt with much scrutiny lately because of purportedly causing serious complications to many recipients.
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