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Sexual Health

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Katie Kosko and Jessica Skarzynski
We've got a sneak peek at what’s inside our Fall 2018 issue.
KATHERINE MALMO
A new movement aims to secure insurance coverage for patients who undergo fertility preservation before cancer treatment.
Katie Kosko
One expert shares advice for opening the line of communication between patients and health care providers, as well as their partners.
Anonymous
Breast cancer affects all aspects of a marriage. Intimacy is one of the most affected areas, but is also one of the least talked about. In this article, learn how one survivor’s life has been drastically changed.
 
Katie Kosko
Despite awareness that many cancer survivors suffer from treatment-related sexual dysfunction, sexual aids and resources are not readily available to them — even at leading cancer centers throughout the United States.
 
Kristie L. Kahl
What do Bill Nye the Science Guy, fashion designer Michael Kors and one very special prostate cancer advocate all have in common? Blue jackets, a runway and the ultimate goal of raising awareness for prostate cancer.
KATIE KOSKO
Expert Leslie Schover, Ph.D., offers advice — that really works — on sex after cancer treatment.
Stacy Chilton, LMSW
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month. Learn how women with cervical cancer can manage potential fertility concerns.
LESLIE R. SCHOVER, PH.D.
A free online pilot program helps people with cancer and their partners work through sexual health and fertility obstacles.
Michael Krychman, M.D.
Cancer survivors should speak up about any kind of sexual issues they're having during or after treatment.
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