Cancer survivors should talk about sex

A new survey of 657 cancer survivors shows 77 per cent suffered pronounced changes in sexual activity after treatment.

They reported a significant fall in sexual frequency, with 53 per cent of women and 41 per cent of men saying sex occurred never or rarely after cancer.

Almost half of all respondents rated their sexual relationship as unsatisfying, the survey by the University of Western Sydney found.

But researcher Professor Jane

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