Women are Less Likely Than Men to Get Help for Sexual Dysfunction After Cancer Treatment

Published Nov 8, 2020

Women are Less Likely Than Men to Get Help for Sexual Dysfunction After Cancer Treatment

Sexual side effects are extremely common after cancer treatment, but doctors and patients are unlikely to bring it up — especially when the patient is a woman.

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