£13 billion cost for european economic burden of incontinence
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£13 billion cost for european economic burden of incontinence

Incontinence is costing European healthcare systems and society a staggering £13 billion annually according to data from a new study presented at the 2nd Global Forum on Incontinence (GFI) in Nice, France, last month. And partitioning of healthcare budgets is also preventing the most appropriate access to incontinence services, delegates were told.

Nursing Older People. 20, 4, 4-4. doi: 10.7748/nop.20.4.4.s2

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