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Sexual Health

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.
Gwendolyn P. Quinn
Gwendolyn P. Quinn, member, Moffitt Cancer Center, comments on the need to educate all health care providers — especially those caring for patients with cancer —¬†on sexual and reproductive health.
Gwendolyn P. Quinn
Gwendolyn P. Quinn, member, Moffitt Cancer Center, discusses causes and effects of infertility among survivors of adolescent and young adults cancers.
Andrew J. Roth
It is known that the fertility of adolescent and young adult patients with cancer can be put at risk by treatments, but little research has been conducted looking at awareness, counseling and actions in this area.
Paul B. Jacobsen
Paul B. Jacobsen, Associate Center Director for Population Science at Moffitt Cancer Center, comments on preserving fertility for patients with cancer.
Elizabeth Whittington
Intimacy after a cancer diagnosis can be difficult due to emotional and physical side effects, but it can also be an important part of healing.
I went into dating after cancer with one goal, a decent date, and I got far more than I ever dreamed.
Christina Izzo
Issues of fertility, body image and sexuality are all important when treating a young adult with cancer, yet many facilities lack proper utilities and training to assist this group of patients, which is why Anne Katz wrote the book, "This Should Not Be Happening: Young Adults with Cancer."

Regardless of when patients receive their diagnosis, their age impacts the next step

Don Vaughan

When it comes to revealing your cancer treatment results, timing is everything.

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