Sexuality, body image and quality of life after high dose or conventional chemotherapy for metastatic breast cancer.: An article from: The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality
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- Language:English (Published)
- Publication Date:March 22, 1997
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From the supplier: Few significant differences were found between breast cancer patients treated with high dose chemotherapy and peripheral stem cell transfusion compared to those treated with conventional chemotherapy in relation to health-related quality of life, sexual psychology, and body image. Both treatment groups exhibited some significant effects on psychological aspects of sexuality and body image. Loss of sexual interest appeared to be a prominent concern. The survey involved 38 patients, 19 in each treatment group.
Title: Sexuality, body image and quality of life after high dose or conventional chemotherapy for metastatic breast cancer.
Author: Kami Makar
Publication: The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality (Refereed)
Date: March 22, 1997
Publisher: SIECCAN, The Sex Information and Education Council of Canada
Volume: v6 Issue: n1 Page: p1(8)
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