Misconceptions Around Sexuality and Cancer

Sage Bolte, PhD, LCSW
Sage Bolte addresses some common misconceptions around sexuality and cancer, including the perceptions that certain demographics are less burdened than others by how a cancer diagnosis or treatment affects sexuality and intimacy.
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