Websites:

Is There Sex After Cancer? –clinicians struggle to address women’s concerns by Pam Harrison Contributing Writer, MedPage Today

I Asked My Doctor About Low Libido During Breast-Cancer Treatment by Dr. Kelly Michelson, MD, MPH on womensnews.org

Dr. Ann Katz, RN, PhD

Life After Cancer Treatment: Body Changes and Intimacy (National Cancer Institute)

Program in Integrative Sexual Medicine (PRISM)

Recover Sex: Recover your sexual health following surgery, cancer, and other medical conditions.

Sex and Cancer Resource List (The Center for Sexual Health and Pleasure)

Sexual Health FAQs (Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center)

Sexuality for the Woman with Cancer (American Cancer Society)

Talking About Mesothelioma and Sex with Your Partner (The Mesothelioma Center)

Asking Your Doctor How Mesothelioma Affects Your Sex Life (The Mesothelioma Center)

Empowering cancer survivors and their loved ones, with expert guidance on the journey to sexual wellness and parenthood (Will2love.com)

FOR ALL WOMEN AND THOSE WHO LOVE U (WomanLab.org)

Multimedia/Video:

Changes in Intimate and Sexual Relationships after Cancer (Patient Power)

MD Anderson Cancer Center’s “Sexuality, Cancer, and Cancer Treatments: Your Questions Answered” video series:

Moving Forward: Dating and Sex after Cancer (Livestrong)

Sex, Relationships, and Cancer (Macmillan Cancer Support)

Books and Pamphlets:

Sex Matters for Women by Sallie Foley, MSW, Sally Kope, MSW, and Dennis Sugrue, PhD

Sexuality and Fertility after Cancer by Leslie Schover, PhD

Sexy Ever After: Intimacy Post-Cancer by Keri Peterson, M.D. and Patty Brisben

Woman Cancer Sex by Anne Katz, R.N., PhD