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New study looks at long-term impacts in people with prostate, bladder, colorectal and lung cancers
There’s a gender gap too. Doctors are more likely to discuss potential problems with men than with women.
Gynecologist Stacy Tessler Lindau, MD, is director of a program in integrative
sexual medicine for women and girls with cancer.
Sexual side effects are a common after various cancer treatments, including those for prostate, bladder and colon cancers.
It is important to identify this need for sexual health support and address the gap in care with resources, says study author Lindsay Welton
Ann Partridge, MD, MPH, is director of the Adult Survivorship Program at the
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.
Cancer and its treatment can lead to changes that affect sexual desire and function.
Begin 2019 by resolving to continue to take care of your health.
Many parents of adolescent girls have resisted the human papillomavirus vaccine for fear it will have negative behavioral consequences.
Human papillomavirus vaccine can prevent cervical, anal and oral cancers.
I was quite pleased with his responses.
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.
Race, sex and age can play a role in a person’s recovery for certain mouth, cervical and anal cancers.
During a half-day session of physical and mental exercises, participants learned how to empower themselves and regain confidence.
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