Breast cancer patients report sexual problems

09/23/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Australian researchers learned that 70% of women with breast cancer reported sex-related problems, such as less sexual desire, two years after diagnosis. Body image issues and cancer medications, including aromatase inhibitors that may cause vaginal dryness, are some of the factors that could account for the decreased sexual function, the experts said.

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