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Managing Sexual Complaints in Breast Cancer Patients

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    When a woman is first diagnosed with breast cancer, a doctor's first concern is a treatment plan. But what happens after chemotherapy, radiation and surgery? Women must once again learn to reconnect with their bodies. Dr. Michael Krychman, executive director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship Medicine, joins host Dr. Maureen Whelihan to discuss the treatment of low sexual desire in breast cancer survivors.

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    When a woman is first diagnosed with breast cancer, a doctor's first concern is a treatment plan. But what happens after chemotherapy, radiation and surgery? Women must once again learn to reconnect with their bodies. Dr. Michael Krychman, executive director of the Southern California Center for Sexual Health and Survivorship Medicine, joins host Dr. Maureen Whelihan to discuss the treatment of low sexual desire in breast cancer survivors.

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