Low Sex Drive Linked to Male Breast Cancer
A new study has found that men who have fewer orgasms are much
more likely to develop the disease.
The study, published by the British Journal of Cancer, also
discovered that first born sons were more at risk from developing
cancer than their younger brothers.
Doctors in Greece first noticed the link after comparing 23 men
suffering from cancer with 76 healthy men. They questioned their
lifestyle, sex lives and family history and found that a low sex
drive had a significant impact on their health.
Prof Dimitrios Trichpoulos, of Harvard University in the United
States, who led the research, said: "Our work has shown for the
first time that men with breast cancer tend to have a lower sex
drive, indicated by frequency of orgasms."
Although breast cancer is rare among men with around 250 cases being
diagnosed in the UK every year the Cancer Research Campaign
believes further studies into the illness is vital.
Thanks to Fox News Network reporting
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