Patient’s stem cells show promise in treating urinary incontinence

Findings from a multi-center trial led by researchers at Beaumont Hospital may give urologists another minimally invasive treatment option for women with stress urinary incontinence. The study showed that treating a woman with her own muscle-derived stem cells was both safe and effective. Unlike surgical treatments, this procedure takes place in a physician’s office.

View the original article here: Patient’s stem cells show promise in treating urinary incontinence – Royal Oak Daily Tribune

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