The disruptive effects of breast cancer treatment
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The disruptive effects of breast cancer treatment

Having a diagnosis of breast cancer at a young age, together with chemotherapy and surgery, affects how women look at themselves – and sexual intimacy with partners

‘Having sex wasn’t the real issue for me – it was how I looked and felt about myself.’

Cancer Nursing Practice. 16, 8, 14-16. doi: 10.7748/cnp.16.8.14.s17

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