Information needs associated with changes to sexual well-being after breast cancer.

  title={Information needs associated with changes to sexual well-being after breast cancer.},
  author={Jane M Ussher and Janette Perz and Emilee Gilbert},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  volume={69 2},
AIMS This article is the report of a study of sexual information needs, experiences of obtaining such information, and patient communication about sexuality with health professionals, after breast cancer. BACKGROUND Changes to sexuality after breast cancer can significantly affect quality of life. However, information needs associated with such changes are little understood, resulting in the absence of a knowledge base to guide information provision aimed at preventing or ameliorating… CONTINUE READING
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