International experts report findings on incontinence

September 1, 2001

Paris-Many therapies for urinary incontinence continue to suffer from a lack of definitive data from well-controlled clinical trials, according to a panel of experts convened by a group of international health organizations. Their findings were reported here at the Second International Consultation on Incontinence, which was sponsored by the World Health Organization International and organized by the International Consultation on Urological Diseases and the International Continence Society.