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Sexual Health

Lisa Machado
It's time to start paying attention to what comes after cancer treatment.
Bonnie Annis
Sexual intimacy is a subject that is difficult for many breast cancer survivors to discuss. The challenges of sexual intimacy are often created as a direct result of cancer treatments or can occur from the after effects which result in emotional scarring.
Sarah Sciortino, MSW, LSW
Sarah Sciortino, MSW, LSW, Oncology Psychosocial Support Services Program Coordinator at University of Chicago Hospital, discusses the unique concerns that younger patients with ovarian cancer can face.
Sharon Bober
Sharon Bober, PhD, discusses how patients can ask their doctors about sexual health.
Beth Fand Incollingo
A class of targeted drugs used to treat cancer may also preserve fertility in some younger women being treated for the disease.
 
Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Here are some tips for managing intimacy and self-care, during or after a cancer diagnosis.
Katie Kosko

A digital startup is helping cancer survivors lead a healthier sex life. 

Allie Casey
Many female survivors of cancer face sexual pain after treatment, and may not feel comfortable starting a conversation with their health care providers.
Lauren M. Green
A program was launched to help ovarian cancer survivors combat sexual dysfunction they experience after treatment. 
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