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|Title: ||Heterogeneity in Responses to Cancer .2. Sexual-Responses|
|Authors: ||Johnstone, B. G. M.|
Chapman, J. A.
Sturgeon, J. F. G.
Till, J. E.
Sutcliffe, S. B.
|Issue Date: ||Apr-1991|
|Publisher: ||Canadian Psychiatric Association|
|Citation: ||JOHNSTONE, B. G. M., et al. "Heterogeneity in Responses to Cancer .2. Sexual-Responses." Canadian Journal of Psychiatry-Revue Canadienne De Psychiatrie 36.3 (1991): 182-5.|
|Series/Report no.: ||Canadian Journal of Psychiatry|
Vol. 36 No. 3
|Abstract: ||Disease-specific sexual morbidity was examined in this
study through a detailed analysis of sexual functioning
for patients with testis cancer and those with Hodgkin's
disease. The two patient groups experienced similar assessments,
treatment, favourable prognoses and were comparable
in epidemiological characteristics. In Heterogeneity in
Responses to Cancer: Part 1. Psychiatric Symptoms, it was
demonstrated that patients with testis cancer experience more
psychiatric morbidity than patients with Hodgkin's disease,
The sexual functioning of the patients' partners was also
examined. In Part I of this two part series, both partner groups
were demonstrated' to have resolved their psychiatric
|Description: ||Archived with permission from the Canadian Journal of Psychiatry (CJP). The CJP retains all rights to this article. This article was originally published in Volume 36 Issue 3 of the CJP.|
|Appears in Collections:||Till, James E.|
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