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Botox for bladder

A substance used in medical procedures and cosmetically to erase wrinkles, could also treat bladder related problems of women, a new study has found. Botox injections work in the same way as daily pills do to treat urinary incontinence. It was found to be more effective in completely resolving symptoms, say a team of researchers from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health who collaborated on the study.

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