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More good news out of UCLA lab on restoring bladder function non-invasive after SCI — SPINAL CORD INJURY RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY

A non-invasive method to restore bladder function after a spinal cord injury continues to show progress in the Dr. Daniel Lu laboratory at UCLA. This experiment showed positive results in 5 people eliminating the need for catheters for up to 4 weeks. (cp) LINK: UCLAHEALTH.ORG Neuroscientists restore significant bladder control to 5 men with spinal […]

via More good news out of UCLA lab on restoring bladder function non-invasive after SCI — SPINAL CORD INJURY RESEARCH AND ADVOCACY

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