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BBC Report : Breast Sucking Reduces Risk Of Breast Cancer by nairacodedcom(m): 9:33am On Nov 11, 2013
Funny but true, a BBC report has suggested that
men and women should have their breasts sucked
thoroughly, to help them stay away from breast
cancer.
The BBC report suggested that breast sucking by
men and women can reduce the risk of developing
breast cancer for both sexes. The report published by
the BBC indicates that breast sucking has the
tendency of reducing the incidence of breast cancer
in men and women who engage in the practice. Most
men find pleasure in sucking women's nipples and in
some cases; women also suck men's nipples during
love making.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosis
among black women, and among women worldwide.
Studies have shown that when black women follow
the same preventive measures as white women, their
death rates from breast cancer are very similar.
Although black women are less likely than white
women to develop breast cancer, they are more likely
to die from it.
It is said that thousands of women might be spared
the agony of breast cancer if they extended the
period for which they suckle their babies. A study
carried out by a group of researchers in the UK also
indicated there is a relationship between
breastfeeding and a lower risk of cancer, however
there’s still more room for further research to clearly
establish a causal link.
Breastfeeding (baby) and breast sucking (men) are
two different things
According to James Klosky (UK researcher),
“Breastfeeding, in addition to diet and exercise,
avoiding tobacco use, and engaging in safe sexual
behaviour, is one more behaviour that can potentially
ameliorate adverse late effects of cancer treatment”
Breastfeeding has been found to provide a measure
of protection against uterine, cervical and ovarian
cancers as well as breast cancer. A study by Yale
University researchers showed that women who
breastfed for two years or longer reduced their risk of
breast cancer by 50 percent.
Breastfeeding is what has been shown to reduce the
risk of breast cancer, over the years. The researchers
compared the rate at which women breastfeed
babies back in the days to present days; the rate has
reduced over the years. Women are encouraged to
breastfeed their babies longer now because it is good
for the baby's health and also good for them
(women).
Research and studies are yet to ascertain whether
breast sucking, on the other hand, also reduces the
risk of developing breast cancer but based on the
BBC report in question, doctors also recommend that
women can reduce the risk of breast cancer by
having their breasts sucked. The report indicated
that regular sucking of the breast lowers the risk
level. However, the report also indicated that the
breasts must be sucked as often as possible, to help
women fight breast cancer. In other words, a
woman’s partner needs to do his own part too by
sucking her breast as often as possible. Doctors in
the report recommend that women reduce the risk of
breast cancer by having their breasts sucked but
only regular sucking of the breast lowers the risk
level.
Re: BBC Report : Breast Sucking Reduces Risk Of Breast Cancer by tpapi: 9:26am On Nov 12, 2013
Let me send dis report 2 my babe sharp sharp, i no wan hear story
Re: BBC Report : Breast Sucking Reduces Risk Of Breast Cancer by nairacodedcom(m): 5:02pm On Nov 14, 2013
Lol. Sure

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