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Sexual Health

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.
Beth Fand Incollingo
People with cancer who have not yet had children, or who want more, may benefit from a new online tool that can help them find and consult with fertility experts before they start their cancer treatment.
Kathy LaTour
Cancer survivors have more options to save their fertility.
Bonnie Annis
Intimacy in the life of a breast cancer survivor can be difficult, but it's not impossible.
Jennifer Manning
It's all about having a plan. Plans give hope. Plans inspire.
Sharon L. Bober
"We can actually improve quality of life," Sharon L. Bober says. "Why wouldn't we want to do that for everyone?"
Erik Ness
Sexual activity after prostate cancer therapy might be different, but still possible.
Sharon L. Bober
Sharon L. Bober, director, Sexual Health Program, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, discusses changes in sexual health as they relate to different treatments for cancer.

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