Collagenase injections for Peyronie’s disease performing well in studies


Renal and Urology News recently reported that collagenase injections are out-performing placebos in recent studies known as” Impress I” and “Impress II” for the treatment of Peyronie’s disease, and it seems that the injections are effective regardless of the severity of the disease.  The phase 3 studies, performed by the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, resulted in up to 39-degrees of improvement in penile curvature.  In addition, the subjects’ receiving the Peyronie’s injections had markedly reduced bother scores.

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