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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. 
Celestia S. Higano
This research was presented at the 2016 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), a gathering of over 30,000 oncology professionals in Chicago.
Ellie Leick
A recent study showed that for young women who were treated for cancer, the issue of fertility is not adequately addressed. 
Bonnie Annis
Physical changes after breast cancer can affect the sexual relationship between a man and woman.
Kelly Johnson
A cancer diagnosis often takes a hit on patients' sexual health. Michael Krychman, executive director of The Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship, talks about the impact cancer has on one's sex life, as well as tips to help.

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