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Treatment for cervical cancer can have serious implications A way forward Sexual dysfunction following radiation both internal and external beams has been a silent unspoken problem for years



Treatment for cervical cancer can have serious implications A way forward Sexual dysfunction following radiation both internal and external beams has been a silent unspoken problem for years



European Journal of Cancer 35(SUPPL 4): S31, Sept




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DOI: 10.1016/s0959-8049(99)80533-4



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