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May 22
Women’s Healthcast: Rash discusses sexual health after cancer

Cancer treatments can come with a variety of physical and emotional side effects. As awkward as it may be to talk about, that includes side effects that might change our ability to have or enjoy sex.

On this episode of the Women’s Healthcast, UW Ob-Gyn Division of Gynecologic Oncology’s Joanne Rash, PA-C, talks about why treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can affect sexuality, some of the most common sexual health concerns she sees in her patients, and how she helps them approach intimacy in new ways.

Listen to Sexual Health After Cancer now.

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