MOLINE, ILLINOIS (October 18, 2021) — Gilda’s Club is hosting a FREE educational program entitled “Reclaiming Intimacy: Relationships and Cancer: Intimacy, Sex and Dysfunction” for anyone impacted by cancer on Thursday, November 4, 2021, 5-6PM, at Gilda’s Club Quad Cities Moline Clubhouse located at 600 John Deere Road, Moline, Illinois, 61265.

Join Gilda's Club Quad Cities and Jen Fecher, Director of Educational Services for Reclaiming Intimacy for a workshop about intimacy and cancer.

Losing yourself and your “normal” sexual function are all too common for cancer patients and their partners. In this presentation, learn about how to reclaim your intimacy needs, learn about the most common dysfunction issues for males and females, and combat sexual dysfunction with holistic, at-home therapies and therapeutic aids. Empower yourself with information and take back your intimacy and sexuality!

This program is being offered in a hybrid model. Attendees can register to attend in-person or via Zoom. Registration is REQUIRED.

Anyone impacted by cancer is invited to attend. Registration is required at For questions, please call Gilda’s Club at 563-326-7504 or e-mail

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About Gilda’s Club

Free of charge, Gilda’s Club Quad Cities provides support, education, and hope to all people affected by cancer. As a Cancer Support Community affiliate, we are part of the largest employer of psychosocial oncology mental-health professionals in the United States. Our global network brings the highest-quality cancer support to the millions of people touched by cancer.

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