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Cancer treatment can affect a woman's physical, emotional and psychological well-being, which may, in turn, affect sexuality and intimacy. In this video, Sharon Bober, PhD, Director of the
Sexual Health Program at Dana-Farber, along with other Dana-Farber clinicians, discuss strategies for women to reclaim their sexuality after cancer treatment.
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