Partner status moderates the relationships between sexual problems and self-efficacy for managing sexual problems and psychosocial quality-of-life for postmenopausal breast cancer survivors taking adjuvant endocrine therapy.

@article{Dorfman2019PartnerSM,
  title={Partner status moderates the relationships between sexual problems and self-efficacy for managing sexual problems and psychosocial quality-of-life for postmenopausal breast cancer survivors taking adjuvant endocrine therapy.},
  author={Caroline S. Dorfman and Sarah S Arthur and Gretchen G Kimmick and Kelly W. Westbrook and Paul K Marcom and Cheyenne Corbett and Sara N Edmond and Rebecca A Shelby},
  journal={Menopause},
  year={2019}
}
OBJECTIVE Past studies indicate that >90% of breast cancer survivors taking adjuvant endocrine therapy (AET) experience menopausal symptoms including sexual problems (eg, vaginal dryness, dyspareunia); however, research examining the impact of these problems on quality-of-life is limited. This cross-sectional study examined (1) the impact of sexual problems and self-efficacy for coping with sexual problems (sexual self-efficacy) on quality-of-life (ie, psychosocial quality-of-life and sexual… CONTINUE READING

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