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OAB: A Nurse's Perspective
Dr. Jennifer Skelly, Director of the Nurse Continence Program at St. Joseph's Centre for Ambulatory Health Services in Hamilton, Ontario, shares her perspective on how a nurse continence advisor can help people with overactive bladder (OAB).
Are you planning your life around the nearest bathroom? Having an overactive bladder (OAB) can be inconvenient and embarrassing. But did you know that OAB is a medical condition that can be treated? If you think you may be one of the thousands of Canadians with OAB, learn more about your treatment options.
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