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Most breast cancer survivors say they have concerns about sex after treatment, but few have gotten any help for these concerns.

The Sexual Health and Intimacy Enhancement (SHINE) Study is designed to learn how the Internet might be able to address breast cancer survivors’ sexual concerns. We want to learn how we can develop an effective internet-delivered program to help breast cancer survivors manage sexual concerns.


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The development of this research study has been supported by National Institutes of Health grants UG1CA189824 and R371CA269776. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

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