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Speaking Out: Seeking Sexual Healing
Sharon Bober, PH.D.
Cancer treatment can take a toll on sexual health, but multiple therapies can help ease these undiscussed side effects. To get help, speak up.
Dealing with Your Flow After Chemo
One survivor shares her experience with the unexpected gynecological challenges she struggled with after cancer treatment.
Join the Next #CureConnect Tweet Chat on The Effects of Cancer
Save the date! We invite you to join
for our next monthly #CureConnect Tweet Chat on Thursday, July 25, at 1 p.m. EST, when we plan on discussing the effects of cancer.
Sex and Cancer
Talking about sex during and after cancer treatment can be tricky. With the issues surrounding cancer in the equation, what is supposed to be unspoken and mystical now requires some good communication.
New Issue Alert: CURE Women's Cancers
Katie Kosko and Brielle Benyon
We've got a sneak peek at what’s inside
Women’s Cancers issue.
Under the Spotlight: Patients Speak Up About Gynecologic Cancer Side Effects
Theresa Sullivan Barger
Patients speak up on the rarely discussed side effects of gynecologic cancers.
Do You Want to Have a Long Life or Babies?
The side effects of colorectal cancer and its treatment—which span beyond fertility issues—require constant renegotiation and reframing of what it means to be me.
Young and (Cancer) Free
Although they no longer face the disease, adolescent and young adult survivors live with hardships.
Patients With Gynecologic Cancers Want to Discuss Sexual Health
Nearly 90 percent of women experienced sexual dysfunction; however, providers were not openly communicating about this side effect, according to survey results.
CURE New Issue Alert: Fall 2018
Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
We've got a sneak peek at what’s inside our Fall 2018 issue.
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