Study: Having 10 Sex Partners in Your Lifetime 'Increases Cancer Risk by 90%'

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Feb. 17, 2020

There is a scientific basis for Christian morality.

From The Sun:
NOTCHING up plenty of bedroom conquests can nearly double your cancer risk, a study reveals.

Experts found older women who had ten or more lifetime lovers were 91 per cent more likely to be diagnosed with the disease, compared to those who only had one.

Many cancers -- such as cervical, prostate and oral - are linked to sexually transmitted infections.

Anglia Ruskin University scientists think this is the reason why adults with large numbers of partners are more likely to be diagnosed with the disease.

Writing in the journal BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health, lead researcher Dr Lee Smith said: "In both men and women, a higher number of sexual partners was associated with increased risk of cancer.

Sexually transmitted infections "The heightened risk of cancer might be driven by those types known to be associated with sexually transmitted infections."
STD rates are at record highs in the US.


[Graphic source: the CDC]


[Graphic source: Health Testing Centers]


[Graphic source: California Department of Public Health]

Is this what "love winning" looks like?

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