A-BE-C is committed to participating in research to further the treatment options for bladder exstrophy.
ARTICLE: Patient-reported outcomes in adult females with bladder exstrophy
An article based on a survey conducted in 2019 by Seattle Children’s and A-BE-C regarding adult females with exstrophy and their long-term sexual, reproductive, and urinary outcomes has been published.
Study to be Presented at Societies for Pediatric Urology Fall Meeting
You may remember a survey conducted earlier this year by Seattle Children’s and A-BE-C regarding…
Poster Presentation: The Uganda Exstrophy-Epispadias Complex Initiative
Developing a Program for Transference of Complex Surgical Reconstructive Skills
Seattle Children’s and A-BE-C publish results of study surveying adult men with bladder exstrophy
Researchers at Seattle Children’s Hospital in collaboration with Association for the Bladder Exstrophy Community (A-BE-C) recently published results of a…
A chance encounter leads to groundbreaking bladder exstrophy research
Professor Wei Cheng recalls the path that led to the discovery of the gene and mechanism responsible for bladder exstrophy…