Long-term quality of life for men who have undergone radical prostatectomy (RP) is inextricably tied to urinary incontinence (UI) issues. Robert K. Nam, MD, MSc, and colleagues helped to shed light on the impact of this side effect by studying rates of UI-corrective surgery occurring up to 15 years following radical prostatectomy.
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