1.28.2009

Wanking Off Now Will Kill You Later

There's a new study that suggests high frequency of sexy times (even "self love")in your 20s and 30s may increase your chances of developing prostate cancer! (I can hear collective OMGWTF NOOO!!!! from every guys now)


From Science Daily
Men with prostate cancer were also more likely to masturbate frequently than men in the control group, with the greatest difference in the twenties (34% versus 24%) and thirties (41% versus 31%). The differences were less pronounced in their forties (34% versus 28%) and by the fifties the cancer group was slightly lower (25% versus 26%).

Full article here

Scientists will never stop destroying people's lives, sorry to report, hehe

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14 comments:

  1. i could have sworn not too long ago they said more masturbation was linked with a decrease in prostate cancer risk..

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  2. i've heard of that too, so this sounds soo weird now

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  3. OMGWTF? ako sabi ko na lang, "oh well"

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  4. never heard of this before~~~~and if it's true-----really is----OMGWTF NOOO!!!!to the 1 millionth power!!!!lol

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  5. scary... hmmmm.. hahaha.. good to know this though..

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  6. I heard it too..more masturbation..less cancer risks!! These Scientists prolly got nothing better to do other than running the same tests over again.

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  7. All I can take from the qoute is that men with prostate cancer in their 20's and 30's seem to masturbate more frequently. It does not say that masturbation causes prostate cancer. I suppose an enlarged prostate might increase the urge to masturbate as it gives some false 'blue balls' signal to your brain or something... full article tl;dr... correct me if otherwise.

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  8. This is just another example of botched science. Ofcourse if you have unsafe sexual practices then you are more likely to catch prostate cancer but what this experiment fails to address, is all the other variables that may have affected the sample group, such as eating habbits, exercising habbits, sleeping habbits etc. Surely a sample group of 800 people is far too small aswell.

    I have also heard exactly the opposite, I think this article is merely trying to warn against unsafe sexual practices.

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  9. lol... catch cancer

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  10. haha. viral cancer and hobbits? wtf

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  11. this seems like a well fabricated turd.
    i doubt its true. im still sticking to the fact that regular masturbation decreases the risk due to men not leaving their semen stagnant in their nutsacks. its much more convincing than this garbage. sex is good for humans. very good. and in a natural sense, i dont think alot of it is bad at all.

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  12. First - you have to remember that today's researchers aren't driven by discovery: they are driven by money (ie: how can I keep my grant rolling in.) Because of this they become very good at making a set of numbers look like whatever they want, thus achieving the illusion of making progress which keeps their income flowing.

    Second - +1 on the lol's for catching cancer. That guy should read a book or something.

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