CANCER

Organisations....

https://www.atouchysubject.com/

To Watch.....

Let’s Talk About Intimacy After Cancer (Anal Cancer)                          Rediscovering Sexuality After Breast Cancer 

 

https://youtu.be/hgiIBZDvPjU Cancer and sexual problems explained – advice from a sexual therapist. Macmillan Cancer support

https://youtu.be/9xI1z35Egr0 Sex and body image after chemotherapy – Macmillan Cancer support (3.09min)

Cancer treatment and fertility – Roberts story https://youtu.be/PZzw39-t0h8

Amanda’s story : Cancer, relationships and sexuality  https://youtu.be/-DKksD9xQxg ( 1.49m – 3)

Helen’s story: Sex and relationships after having a mastectomy https://youtu.be/lH3_NqRfusk

Sexual difficulty for women after cancer treatment https://youtu.be/y4X0xxLVESw

Sexual difficulty for men after cancer treatment https://youtu.be/5c5Ih6hEUR0

 

Sexuality and confidence after breast cancer treatment. Suzie’s story https://youtu.be/lAP9MwettC0

 

To read....... 

Cancer Council ; Sexuality , Intimacy and cancer: A guide for people with cancer and their partners

https://www.cancer.org.au/content/about_cancer/ebooks/aftercancer/Sexuality_intimacy_cancer_booklet_May_2019.pdf

Bradford, D. & Russell, D. (2006). Talking with clients about sex: a health professional’s guide. IP Communications: Hawthorn, Victoria.

Breast Cancer Network Australia (2017). Sexual wellbeing after breast cancer. [online] Available at: https://www.bcna.org.au/news/2011/09/sexual-wellbeing-after-breast-cancer/ [Accessed 8 Oct. 2017].

 

Katz, A. (2007). Breaking the Silence on Cancer and Sexuality: A Handbook for Health Care providers. Oncology Nursing Society: Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Mick J.,  Huges, M. & Cohen, M.Z. (2004). Using the BETTER Model to assess sexuality. Clinical. Journal of Oncology Nursing, 8(1), 84-86.

Reis, N., Beji, N.K.& Conkun, A. (2010). Quality of life and sexual functioning in gynaecological cancer patients; results from quantitative and qualitative data. European Journal of Oncology Nursing, 14(2), 137-146.

Schover, L., van der Kaaij, M., van Doorst, E., Creutzberg, C., Huyghe, E. & Kiserud, C.E. (2014). Sexual dysfunction and infertility as late effects of cancer treatment. European Journal of Cancer Supplements, 12(1), 41-53.

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