This Valentine's Day we wanted to offer some encouraging words and resources that are designed to help couples who are affected by prostate cancer to maintain their intimacy after treatment:

"As we celebrate Valentine's Day 2020, we are reminded of the amazing role love plays in our lives. Love and belonging are basic human needs and each of us require connection to other human beings. Intimacy in our loving relationship is about communication on all levels and deep connection. Going through a prostate cancer diagnoses and treatment can be very challenging for a couple and can also deepen the relationship. Take time this year to celebrate all that you are to each other and everything you have done to support and hold each other up throughout the journey with prostate cancer and your relationship."  
Dr. Jeffrey Albaugh
Board Certified Advanced Practice Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist, Board Certified Sexuality
Counselor, Director of Sexual Health at NorthShore University HealthSystem and at Jesse Brown VA
Medical Center, and member of the Us TOO Board of Directors

Check out our page on Sex and Intimacy After Treatment at .

Read the Between the Sheets supplement to the Hot SHEET newsletter which includes questions from patients/caregivers and answers by leading sexual health experts Dr. Anne Katz and Dr. Jeffrey Albaugh. View Between the Sheets at Submit a question for possible future publication at

CLICK HERE to watch Dr. Jeffrey Albaugh's presentation from our Chicago Prostate Cancer Pathways for Patients and Caregivers event.

CLICK HERE to watch Dr. Anne Katz' presentation from our Englewood, NJ Prostate Cancer Pathways event.

To join A Forum for Her Us TOO Call-In Caregiver Support Group
For the Women Behind the Men Affected by Prostate Cancer, visit

To join a Prostate Cancer Forum for Gay Men and Their Partners, visit