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Will2Love's online program was selected as a winner in the 19th annual Digital Health Awards (SM) program.
As many as 60% of cancer survivors in the United States face long-term, severe problems with sexual function. As many as half still in their reproductive years also cope with damaged fertility. This week an article in the Journal of Clinical Oncology reported that 23% of men with prostate cancer had...Read More
Will2Love has just won its third Digital Health Award! This one was a merit award for our home website, Will2Love.com. Our male self-help program won a merit award in 2015, and our female self-help program garnered a bronze award in 2016. The Digital Health Awards(SM) program is organized by ...Read More
Distrust in the privacy of our health care system is one of the reasons that only about 20% of cancer survivors get professional help for their sexual problems. We’ve all read about hackers stealing identification and insurance records from health care systems or people on staff at a hospital ...Read More