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How could cancer affect my sexuality?

Based upon the results of a study conducted by the Patty Brisben Foundation, 95 percent of women with breast cancer have indicated that cancer has adversely affected their sexuality. And additional studies that looked at the effects of other types of cancer among both men and women indicated that 40 to 100 percent of those who have been treated for cancer have experienced some level of sexual dysfunction.
Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer

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Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer

Recent studies show that 40-100 percent of men and women who have been treated for cancer have experienced some level of sexual dysfunction. Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer will help you...

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