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Date: June 6, 2016
For more information, call:
Vallery Brown
OU Medical Center/The Children’s Hospital at OU Medical Center
Office: (405) 271-7900 X9


OKLAHOMA CITY – Patients with bladder exstrophy, their families and health care providers are invited to attend the 2016 International Exstrophy Conference hosted by the Association for Bladder Exstrophy Community and OU Medical Center.

The conference is July 8-10, with sessions taking place at the Samis Family Education Center inside The Children’s Hospital at OU Medical Center, 1200 N Children’s Ave.

The conference will include informative sessions, as well as engaging family-friendly activities. Nurses will be on hand to assist patients.

“The great thing about this conference is that it brings together families, patients and professionals who serve them to increase understanding of and outcomes for people with bladder exstrophy,” said OU Children’s Physicians pediatric urologist Dr. Bradley Kropp, who will also be a session speaker at the conference.

Sessions will range from fertility and sexual health for those with bladder exstrophy to research updates, transitional care, how to advocate for school-age children and more.

Cindy Coney, author of the book, “The Wild Woman’s Guide to Living with Chronic Illness,” will deliver the keynote address July 9. Coney is a nationally acclaimed speaker and philanthropist who was diagnosed with lupus in 1980. Her message of resilience and hope is geared toward audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Registration includes a Friday evening pizza party, Saturday breakfast and lunch, and Saturday afternoon dragon boat races and kayaking for children, teens and young adults.


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