Dr. Kedar Kirtane and Dr. Perrin Romine discuss the common sexual health concerns people with head and neck cancer have and how to get help with these concerns during and after cancer.
Dr. Eleonora Teplinsky discusses how the symptoms of menopause can be similar to those of certain types of cancer, what people approaching or going through menopause should know about these symptoms, and how treatment for menopause can impact cancer risk.
In this "Spotlight On" post, pelvic physical therapist Lucia Miller shares how her role in the cancer care team helps people with cancer restore the bladder, bowel, and sexual functions that may have been changed during cancer and its treatment.
In this post, Dr. Anne Katz and Ian Scott discuss what to know about online dating during the COVID-19 pandemic when you have cancer.
In this post, Dr. Narjust Duma discusses the unique challenges people living with and beyond lung cancer face in terms of their sexual health, and how they can best address their sexual concerns with their health care team.
If you’ve been diagnosed with a gynecologic cancer, learning about your disease and its treatment can help you make well-informed decisions and regain a sense of control.
It’s normal for young adult cancer survivors to have concerns about dating and sex. Getting the answers to these 3 commonly asked questions may help you feel more prepared and confident as you start new relationships. Learn more.
The 2018 Cancer Survivorship Symposium: Advancing Care and Research will address key issues in promoting well-being in people who have finished active cancer treatment, covering topics such as exercise, follow-up care in young adult survivors, and better support for sexual problems.
Cervical cancer survivor Tamika Felder is helping to save lives by challenging the stigma of the disease that changed her life. Learn how she found her voice and filled a void in the cancer community.
After androgen-deprivation therapy for prostate cancer, many couples are surprised by the physical and emotional changes that come into their relationship because of a lack of testosterone.