A breast cancer diagnosis is devastating and completely life-changing, affecting all parts of a person’s life. One aspect that is often not discussed publicly is the impact a diagnosis and subsequent treatments can have on a person’s sex life.
From psychological impacts such as body image issues, to decreased libido, menopause and fertility issues, breast cancer can affect its patients in the most intimate ways.
We want to bring the discussion out of the shadows, offering you a chance to ask any question about this important topic during a free Q&A session featuring some of the country’s top experts. We’ll also be discussing some research that is happening to improve the quality of life of women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
This event is hosted by Breast Cancer Trials, which is one of the world’s most respected breast cancer research organisations, with over 40 years of experience in the conduct of clinical trials research. The Breast Cancer Trials research program includes over 800 researchers and more than 100 institutions across Australia and New Zealand, who are all committed to finding new and improved treatments and prevention strategies for this disease. For more information about Breast Cancer Trials and how you can support this important research, visit www.breastcancertrials.org.auMore Info