Through communication and education, three of the leading advocacy groups for continence -- American Foundation for Urologic Disease, National Association For Continence and Simon Foundation for Continence -- want women to know that SUI is a legitimate medical condition and not a natural part of aging.
What does A.F.U.D. stand for?
A.F.U.D. stands for American Foundation for Urologic Disease (also seen as AFUD)
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The survey, commissioned by the American Foundation for Urologic Disease (AFUD) and conducted by Harris Interactive, questioned more than 2,000 women aged 18 years and over.
Go to the "Just for You" directory and click on "men" and then "prostate cancer," for example, and you'll be linked to 20 articles on prevention, screening, and treatment from the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute on Aging, the American Academy of Family Physicians, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the American Foundation for Urologic Disease, and major medical school sites.
To help everyone better understand the disease, the Prostate Health Council of the American Foundation for Urologic Disease has developed a new brochure, ``Prostate Health: What Every Man Should Know,'' to educate men about prostate disease, treatment and maintaining prostate health.
According to the American Foundation for Urologic Disease (AFUD), at least 17 million people in the United States alone suffer from symptoms of overactive bladder.
American Foundation for Urologic Disease Warns That Misperceptions Can Lead to Sub-Optimal Treatment The incidence of sexual dysfunction in patients suffering from Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) -- or enlarged prostate -- is nearly twice as high as treating physicians believe shows a new survey from the American Foundation for Urologic Diseases (AFUD) presented today at the American Urological Association annual meeting(1).
More information is available from American Foundation for Urologic Disease 1128 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Phone: 1-800-242-2383 or (410) 468-1800 Email: admin@afud.
For more information, contact the following organizations: American Foundation for Urologic Disease 1128 North Charles Street Baltimore, MD 21201 (800) 242-2383 Home page: http://www.