Sexual relations with animals increase the risk of developing cancer by half

Men who have sex with animals, two times more likely risk of getting cancer of the penis, such a discovery made by scientists-urologists from Brazil.

The study was conducted among 492 men aged from 18 to 80 years. The survey showed that men who during the whole period of his life stranded sexual relations with animals, twice as likely to have received the sad diagnosis of cancer. It also appeared that scatology often suffered from sexually transmitted diseases. All of 492 people with cancer were sick 118.

The author studies Stenio de Cassio Zeki says "Zoophilia leads to micro-injury to the penis. Sexual secretion animals are different from human, and their soft tissue of the less than human, so a mini-injury is inevitable. And animal secretion can be harmful to humans."

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