Second Underactive Bladder Conference to Kick Off December 3rd in Denver, CO

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The second CURE-UAB meeting has been scheduled for December 3rd and 4th, 2015 in Denver, CO. CURE-UAB provides an unparalleled platform for discussing the emerging field of Underactive Bladder.

The Underactive Bladder Foundation today announced the second International Congress for Underactive Bladder (CURE-UAB), to be held at the Grand Hyatt in Denver, Colorado on December 3rd and 4th, 2015. The 1.5 day program will feature research, clinical care, and technological advancements for Underactive Bladder (UAB), a condition affecting a person’s ability to empty their bladder fully. UAB is associated with decreased quality of life and increased use of urinary catheterization.

The event will feature presentations from a world renowned faculty, panel discussions, working groups, and poster sessions. This international gathering will appeal to clinicians, academicians, industry representatives, and other stakeholders from the fields of urology, geriatrics, gynecology, neurology, and general medicine. The second CURE-UAB follows last year’s CURE-UAB which featured 14 guest lectures. The successful meeting was attended by a global audience over 100 physicians and other healthcare professionals.

A limited number of travel scholarships are available to individuals who submit an abstract for poster presentation. The deadline for abstract submission is October 2, 2015. For further CURE-UAB details, visit Additional information about CURE-UAB will be available to attendees at the American Urological Association Annual Meeting May 15-19 in New Orleans, LA at The Underactive Bladder Foundation Booth in the Patient Advocacy Hub.

About The Underactive Bladder Foundation
The Underactive Bladder Foundation is a not-for-profit education and research organization that advances awareness and monitoring of expanding and evolving treatments available to improve outcomes for UAB patients. For further company details, visit

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