Advancing urology through research

The University at Buffalo and the Urology Department are dedicated to providing patients with the most innovative and up-to-date treatments available. To accomplish this goal, our department actively participates in both clinical research as well as basic science studies to advance our understanding and treatment of urologic disease. Below is a list of our current clinical trials.

Clinical Trial 1: Bladder Issues for Men and Women (for whom other therapies have failed)

Do you have leakage of urine from a strong urge to void? Are you looking for new treatment options? This clinical trial may be for you. It involves a daily treatment and does not involve a daily medication. Contact us to see if you are eligible.

Clinical Trial 2: Bladder Issues for Men and Women – Medical Treatment

Do you have frequent urination that is triggered not by fear of leakage but an uncomfortable bladder sensation?

Even if other treatments have failed this clinical trial maybe for you, it involves an FDA approved medication that taken daily many improve your symptoms. Contact us to see if you are eligible.

Clinical Trial 3: Bladder Issues for Men and Women—for those seeking first time treatment or looking to change current medication

Do you urinate frequently or get the sudden urge to urinate and cannot make it to the bathroom in time? Do you get up too many times at night because of your bladder? This clinical trial might be for you. If you would like to try a medication for bothersome bladder symptoms or if you are on medication, but are ready to try something different, this trial might be for you. Contact us to see if you are eligible.

 

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