Prostate cancer treatments are known to impact sexual lives of men and their partners. Although treatments do exist to help rehabilitate sexual functioning, approximately 50% of people stop using these treatments after 6 months. Researchers at UBC and the Prostate Cancer Centre are developing a new treatment using mindfulness-based therapy to help couples cope with the changes that prostate cancer bring to their lives.
- Couples in which (at least) one member of the couple underwent a radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer.
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