There’s still hope.
Do you leak when you cough or laugh?
If you’ve tried everything from Kegel pelvic exercises to surgery to alleviate your SUI (Stress Urinary Incontinence) symptoms, and they didn’t succeed — don’t give up hope.
There’s a new investigational product on the horizon, and it could help improve your SUI symptoms.
Fill out the survey below to see if you qualify for the CELLEBRATE study.
See if you qualify
Fill out the form below to see if you meet the basic study requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
The investigational product, called “autologous muscle-derived cells for urinary sphincter repair” (AMDC), is made from your own cells! We’ll take a bit of your muscle cells from your leg with an outpatient procedure. Then, we’ll give those cells back to your body, in your urinary sphincter, which is often the root problem for SUI.
Examples of previous surgery for stress urinary incontinence could include synthetic midurethral sling, autologous fascial sling, or retropubic urethropexy or suspension. Please note that bulking agent treatment does not qualify as surgery.
A placebo is a treatment that is not active. In clinical trials, we give some people a placebo and some people the investigational drug, then compare the two to see if the study drug works.
Yes, there is a placebo. You’ll have a 50% chance of getting the placebo and a 50% chance of getting the investigational product. However, if you do get the placebo, you will have the opportunity to get the investigational product at no cost, after the first year of the study.
No, there is no cost to participate, and you don’t need to have insurance.
Stress urinary incontinence is a very common condition in women of all ages, where urine leaks when there is a sudden increased pressure on the bladder, such as when laughing, coughing, sneezing, or exercising.