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“We collected patient-reported outcome surveys in patients with breast cancer since 2019 and noted that of the four domains of quality of life we measure, sexual well-being was the lowest when we first saw women with breast cancer,” Sarah Tevis, MD, assistant professor of surgical oncology at University of Colorado School of Medicine, told Healio.