Published in Cancer Weekly, November 5th, 2002
Radiation is highly effective in treating cervical cancer, but it often causes sexual dysfunction following treatment. These side effects can be so severe that some physicians hesitate to treat young, sexually active patients with radiation therapy. Now, a hand-held medical device called Eros Therapy (UroMetrics, Inc., Saint Paul, Minnesota) appears to help alleviate the sexual side effects that can result...
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