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Watch Narjust Florez (Duma), MD, discuss findings from the largest study to date evaluating sexual dysfunction in women with lung cancer.
Her research and clinical care for people diagnosed with breast cancer is a model for cancer survivorship for anyone with any cancer.
Promoting sexual health and supportive care after cancer treatment for people of all genders and sexual identities
The virtual intervention was deemed appropriate and involved an acceptable time commitment.
Aerobic and pelvic floor exercises as well as yoga appear to help prostate cancer patients with sexual problems.
Here’s a glimpse into some research presented at ASCO this year on early-age onset colorectal cancer.
There’s a gender gap too. Doctors are more likely to discuss potential problems with men than with women.
A new podcast explores what it’s really like to have this common disease.
Sexual side effects are a common after various cancer treatments, including those for prostate, bladder and colon cancers.
Cancer doesn’t have to bring sexual intimacy to an end.
Researchers recommend that doctors discuss this problem at various points throughout treatment.
A new study of 25 cancer centers found that 87% reported having no sexual aids available for men, and 72% reported no aids for women.
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