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Decreased Sexual Interest Most Common Complaint Among Women With Breast Cancer (Yahoo

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Default Decreased Sexual Interest Most Common Complaint Among Women With Breast Cancer (Yahoo

FIRST PERSON | Research presented at the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS) Connections: Advancing Care Through Science conference discloses that decreased sexual interest is the most common complaint among women with breast cancer. 13.8 million women are breast cancer survivors in the United States. The research reported on results from 896 women.

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