Sex and cardiovascular disease - lifting the taboo

Updated May 24 2018 - 8:44pm, first published September 26 2015 - 12:00am
"Being treated for cardiovascular disease should not come at the expense of an active and fulfilling sex life," -  Dr Leah East
"Being treated for cardiovascular disease should not come at the expense of an active and fulfilling sex life," - Dr Leah East

SEXUAL dysfunction is an often unspoken side-effects of cardiovascular disease but now a Deakin University researcher is working to lift the taboo.

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