The 2009 American Urological Association Meeting, held in Chicago in April, presented 30 new studies on Interstitial Cystitis. Some of these studies include treatment approaches and research that may possibly bring forth new drugs to treat the illness. One of the surprising announcements at the meeting was that Interstitial Cystitis now affects approximately 3 – 8 million American women (3% – 6% of U.S. population).
Here are links to all of the studies you can read about further.
Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Diagnosis & Assessment
IC has Bigger Impact than Other Pelvic Conditions on Daily Life
- Inflammation Receptor Signaling Alerted in IC
- Proteomics Points to Bladder Lining Disruption in IC
- Genes Active in Ulcerative IC Implicate Cell Signaling, Development, Inflammation
- IC, Healthy Cats Express Different Genes in Bladder Lining
- Mice With Bladder Lining Autoimmunity Show IC Characteristics
- Pain Signaling Assumption Proves Incorrect
- MIF Blocker Prevents Cystitis
Just to thank you for all the amazing information that can find in your blog.
I truly believe interstitial Cystitis can be beat through increase oxygen levels in our body, as well as, with a good nutritional program using nutrients able to reach our deepest level: our cells.