Resources for Combating Sexual Dysfunction after Cancer 


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American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists—aasect.org

American Cancer Society—Sexuality for the Woman with Cancer; Sexuality for the Man with Cancer—cancer.org

ASCO—cancer.net

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society—Sexuality and Intimacy Fact Sheet: lls.org

LIVESTRONG—Male Sexual Functioning After Cancer; Female Sexual Functioning After Cancer—livestrong.org

National Cancer Institute—Facing Forward: Life After Cancer Treatment—cancer.gov

The Institute for Sexual Medicine—sexualmed.org


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