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Single adults with cancer often experience physical and emotional changes during and after cancer treatment that affect their dating and sexual relationships. Starting new relationships is often stressful for anyone, but it is especially difficult for single adults with cancer or a history of cancer. Many single cancer survivors avoid dating because they fear being rejected. The possibility of rejection is real, but it's important to not a let a fear of rejection stop you from dating altogether.
This article helps men learn about and cope with changes to their sexual health during and after cancer treatment.
This article helps women learn about and cope with changes to their sexual health during and after cancer treatment.
Find out how cancer treatment affects a man’s fertility and the options men have to preserve their fertility.
Learn about how cancer treatment may reduce a woman’s fertility and the options women have to preserve their fertility.
Learn how cancer is diagnosed and treated during pregnancy to try to ensure the health of both the mother and the baby.