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Sexual Health During Cancer Survivorship

Although seldom talked about, both men and women can experience changes to sexual function and symptoms of sexual discomfort following cancer treatment. Change in sexual health can be temporary or long-lasting, depending on your individual situation.


Join the Cancer Survivorship Program as they address sexual health and intimacy concerns of cancer survivors. During the presentation, two counselors with experience in sex therapy will explore tools and tactics that can:

  • Create a better experience for you and your partner
  • Foster a joyful partner connection
  • Improve intimacy overall

WHAT: Sexual Health and Intimacy After Cancer Treatment program; FREE PROGRAM

WHEN: Tuesday, April 17, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Appetizers and refreshments provided.

WHERE: The Christ Hospital Cancer Center, Level D.

RSVP: Email or call 513-585-4002. When you RSVP, please provide any questions or concerns you may have so the presenters may tailor the presentation to best meet attendees' individual needs.

Presenters Jack and Julie are therapists with Emma Schmidt and Associates based in Cincinnati.