A new study finds potential to help adolescents and young adults transition to healthy sex lives after cancer treatment ends.
Beth Uznis Johnson
Beth Uznis Johnson writes for the University of Michigan Rogel Cancer Center. She is the editor of Thrive, the award-winning lifestyle magazine for cancer patients. Beth has an MFA in fiction writing and has worked for 20 years in communication and marketing, both in agency and client-side roles.
For adolescents and young adults with cancer, bouncing back to a regular social life after treatment doesn’t always happen without help, a new study finds.
A new study suggests these patients are satisfied with the first oncologist visit and treatment decision, unless uncertain genetic results are in play.