Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 29th, 2003
"A cross-sectional questionnaire survey of 216 men and 191 women attending a genitourinary medicine ( GUM) clinic was undertaken to explore the relationship between sexual symptoms and quality of sexual life, and to test the psychometric validity of a pilot self- report measure of Sexual Function and Quality of Sexual Life ( SFQoSL). Statistical comparisons were made with three reference groups: volunteers attending GUM for psychosexual counseling, outpatients at an obstetrics and gynecology department, and staff," said scientists in the journal Quality of Life Research.
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