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MEN AND SEXUAL HEALTH-PROSTATE CANCER STUDY HOW HAS PROSTATE CANCER AFFECTED YOUR SEX LIFE? WHAT SUPPORT DO YOU NEED? Tell us your story. The Men and Sexual Health-Prostate Cancer study is recruiting men from around the world who have started or received treatment for prostate cancer to take part in a 30 minute online survey. The study examines how prostate cancer affects a man's sense of themselves (masculinity), their sexual concerns after treatment, and overall quality of life. Our ai
Paul Edwards posted a topic in Every little bit helpsThe following item by Dr Prue Cormie, a Senior Research Fellow at Edith Cowan University Perth, was first broadcast on the ABC on the Science Show on Saturday 31 May 2014. We are grateful to the ABC and Dr Cormie for permission to publish a transcript. Men think about sex a lot. On average every 45 minutes, which is more often than they think about food or sleep. So it's not surprising that sexual dysfunction is the most frequently identified issue of importance among prostate cancer survivors. Significant reductions in sexual well-being occur in up to 90% of men with prostate cancer.