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CUA News

There is currently a supply disruption in a number of markets for OncoTICE®.  Merck Canada is putting in place some measures to avoid any disruptions.

CUA's OAB Awareness Articles now live on Chatelaine.com

Published on Chatelaine.com:

"Overactive Bladder: Stop Dancing Around The Issue". Click here>> 

"Debbie's Story: Life On Her Terms With Overactive Bladder". Click here>> 

"When Your Bladder Runs Your Life: You Can Fix It". Click here>>  

The Canadian Urological Association (CUA) is proud to hear and announce that Dr. John Denstedt, a member of the faculty at Western University in London, Ontario and long-standing member of the CUA has recently been selected as the Secretary-elect of the American Urological Association. On behalf of Canadian Urology, the CUA wishes to congratulate Dr. Denstedt on this achievement!

New! French Version: CUA Guideline on Adult overactive bladder

http://www.cua.org/themes/web/assets/files/4586_oab_guidelines_french.pdf

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