Every year 850,000 females are diagnosed with cancer. The majority of these women undergo chemotherapy. Approximately 70 percent of these women are left with unexpected changes in their sex life - changes that are not life-threatening but disrupt the quality of their life. Because these changes are not life-threatening, they often go unaddressed; instead, women suffer in silence not knowing what they can do.
Suffering in silence is over! Sexuality After Cancer Treatment brings to light the sexuality problems most cancer-treated women face and offers interventions to reduce or eliminate these side effects.