Evaluating the dyadic management of sexuality-related parameters in women with early breast cancer (EBC): The emergence of “partner reported outcome measurements” (pROMs).

Researched by Belong.Life and published by ASCO
explored sexuality and intimacy-related issues in women with early breast cancer and the resulting partner-reported experience. When a patient’s tumor is located in a sexual organ, the quality of the sexual and intimate lives of both patients and their respective partners can be affected. This study demonstrates the importance of holistically understanding sexual and intimacy-related issues that patients and their partners face after a cancer diagnosis; issues that ultimately affect the patient’s quality of life.

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