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More Than Sex: Intimacy After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Sex is only one way to express intimacy. Whether holding hands or cooking together, different forms of intimacy can be great for a relationship. Finding new forms of intimacy is especially important when sex isn't the same (or as possible) after prostate cancer treatment.

We have heard from some of you about how you express intimacy. Check out our animation to see what the community shared. And tell us in the comments below: How do you express intimacy?

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