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A new post in NPR’s Shots blog reports that urine cultures, though accurate for identifying women who have bladder infections with E. coli bacteria, “miss women who had infections with other bacteria, or have low levels of E. coli that were still enough to make the women sick … Many...

Part 1: Caroline Rhea and Dr. Mueller on Treating Overactive Bladder

When Standard Therapies Fail, What’s Next for Overactive Bladder?

Caroline Rhea, comedian/activist, and Elizabeth R. Mueller, MD, discuss the latest treatments for overactive bladder including oral medications and sacral nerve stimulation. They urge physicians to consider botulinum toxin, which has been shown in studies to treat overactive bladder for up to 6 months, and...
Reuters reports that Agenus Inc. has released data on its experimental genital herpes vaccine, HerpV. The mid-stage trial recruited 80 patients with a history of 1-9 reoccurences of genital herpes in the past 12 months and examined virus release before and after three infections of HerpV. The vaccine is...