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Cancer and its treatment can affect sexuality and intimacy. Intimacy is part of the affection that people show each other and can be expressed in many ways.
Attend the class to talk to a sex therapist about sex and intimacy, and:
Classes are held on the second Wednesday of the month. Dates and times are listed below. Please note that this class is for women treated for cancer at Princess Margaret and each class is capped at 8 participants.
Note: This class is for Cancer Rehabilitation and Survivorship patients only. Registration is required. Call 416 581 8620 or email to register*.
* Email is not a secure method of communication. Please do not send any personal health information over email.
This is a virtual class led by an instructor. You will get a link to the class when you register.
You can also learn about this topic at your own pace at any time.