I just read this article (below) and it really hit some important points. And so that's why I am sharing it with all of you. Research and research dollars for incontinence is pretty low compared to so many other issues. But when you think about the fact that more than 200 million people have incontinence, this really is not right. And that is an old number, and is the actual number, we believe, are actually much higher. And how do we change that? By getting more people to understand the enormity of the problem, how many people have incontinence, the impact on people's lives who have any sort of incontinence, and that the number of treatments are few and far between. And that research on even the ones we have is often not well done and inconsistent.
Take a read. It's not long. It's to the point. And then see if you can help make the change happen. We need to all work on breaking down the shame and stigma that surrounds incontinence.