“Love and Intimacy with Cancer: through Diagnosis, Treatment, and Survivorship”
The diagnosis and treatment of cancer can have profound effects on women’s intimate relationships, affecting both emotional and physical intimacy. Changes in health and body image related to cancer diagnosis and treatment, including chemotherapy, hormone therapy, and radiation, can have both immediate and lasting impacts on sexual health and function.
This lecture will cover the research surrounding sexuality and cancer as well as suggest solutions for emotional and physical intimacy and health.
Registration is required.
Call to register: 650-725-9456
Hosted in the Downtown Library Community Room.
Speaker: Elisabeth Diver, M.D. Clinical Assistant Professor, Gynecologic Oncology
Stanford University Women’s Cancer Center