Dr. Joe’s cure for prevention of prostrate cancer

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Sleeping with more than 20 women protects men against prostate cancer, a study has suggested.

Men who had slept with more than 20 women lowered their risk of developing cancer by almost one third, and were 19 per cent less likely to develop the most aggressive form.

In contrast, men who slept with 20 men doubled their risk of developing prostate cancer compared with men who have never had sex with another man.

Researchers at the University of Montreal believe that intercourse protects men, and men who are more promiscuous have more sex than those in monogamous relationships.

Does Obamacare provide this preventive care to all men? Or do they need to have a family history of prostrate cancer?

But more entertaining would to be a “fly on the wall” when some guy tries to sell the story of “preventive care” when they get caught fooling around by their spouse.

12 thoughts on “Dr. Joe’s cure for prevention of prostrate cancer

    • You don’t take it all in one dose! Spread it out over a month or two and the cure won’t kill you. You SO might, but the cure itself won’t.

  1. Men who have intercourse with more than 20 women have a 500% increase in chance of dying from lead poisoning administered by at least one of the women.

    • “Remember, 84% of all statistics are made up on the spot.” — Larry the Cable Guy

        • What is strongly implied is that it’s the frequency of (or perhaps total number acts of) intercourse not the number of different female partners. As well as higher STI rates and risk of prostrate injury with male partners that could perhaps explain why having more than 20 male sex partners didn’t correlate with lower prostrate cancer rates.

          Another variable not mentioned is that there could be some common cause for both high frequency of intercourse and lower cancer rates, such as higher hormone levels for example. Or perhaps better physical condition results in more partners or increased frequency of intercourse.

          There needs to be more studies done to find out the real reason. I really doubt that having intercourse 21 times in a lifetime with 21 different women is going to show the same results. And if the actual number of partners is the dominate factor then does condoms use make a difference? If not then the mechanism by which this protective effect happens is going to be very interesting.

          Most likely it is, as mentioned in the article, the frequency of intercourse. It is easy to imagine having multiple partners increases the frequency of intercourse.

          • Minor correction:

            Preventative treatment of -prostate- cancer with multiple women is likely to leave you -prostrate- on the floor with acute lead poisoning.

            Y’all keep adding the extra r.

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