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A researcher from the University of East Anglia is designing a study to examine whether there is any increased risk of dementia from long-term anticholinergic urological medication use. She would be very interested to hear the views of patients with overactive bladder on the research plans to make sure she asks the right questions to give the most appropriate answers for patients with overactive bladder. Please contact Dr Kathryn Richardson by email at if you would be interested in finding more information and completing a short form with 3 questions about the research before November 12th.

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