Proceed with the Downvotes. . AM I THE mm tickled, m -gatti ' eh '. Because lungs, pancreas, throats, etc are ugly. Boobs... thats it. Proceed with the Downvotes AM I THE mm tickled m -gatti ' eh Because lungs pancreas throats etc are ugly Boobs thats it
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - verycoolcat
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Because lungs, pancreas, throats, etc are ugly.

Boobs... thats it.
#75 to #1 - wadofwade
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Prostate cancer is as common as breast cancer, but I guess people feel like there is something more sensual about rubbing a breast as opposed to taking a finger in your ass. Breasts fed you as a baby, but your dad's prostate made ejaculation and conception possible.
#76 to #75 - verycoolcat
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Rubbin boobs while a finger goes up the bum.
#113 to #75 - falconxmard
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User avatar #2 to #1 - aakn
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well played
User avatar #3 to #1 - ultimateiceman
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I don't know man, i really care about my balls.
User avatar #7 to #3 - viscerys
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Yeah, but if you start wearing low-cut pants to attract females, you'll have a bit of difficulty with the cops. (Trust me, I've tried)
#14 - anon id: d0e37fc1
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1 in every 9 women gets breast cancer. I dont know how the statistics are for other types of cancer (like prostate). But 1 in 9. Thats alot.
#17 to #14 - jokerchase
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1/4 of men get prostate cancer
User avatar #15 to #14 - gorathsm
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In australia at least its the same statistic with prostate cancer.
User avatar #21 to #14 - davidispissed
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no women get prostate cancer.
#93 to #14 - jackassalope
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Breast cancer is also already one of the most survivable types of cancer there is.
User avatar #27 to #14 - lyiat
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One in six of Men are diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. That's 17% compared to Breast Cancer, which is 11%
User avatar #84 to #27 - lyiat
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Other notable facts. The mortality rate for both cancers are the same. One in thirty six people ultimately die as a result of the cancer. Men can get breast cancer, women can NOT get prostate cancer.

So, prostate cancer is more widespread, only affects men, and is just as deadly as breast cancer.

Breast cancer is less widespread, but affects men and women.
User avatar #232 to #27 - brenton
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But there is only a 2% chance of dying from prostate cancer. They're considering extending the testing suggestion from annually to triennially because they're arguing that testing and biopsy cause more harm than good since the risk of death is so low.
User avatar #240 to #232 - lyiat
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Read the rest of the thread. There is a three percent chance of dying from both cancers.
#134 to #27 - fecal
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And the fact that this guy knows the amount for breast cancer but not for prostate cancer just shows again how much of a marketing-oriented *********** the medical and not-for-profit industries really are
#157 to #134 - anon id: 90ee1e0a
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I'm a girl. Thats why I know.
#132 to #27 - fecal
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User avatar #96 to #27 - HarvietheDinkle
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that's as many as seventeen ones.

And that's terrible.
User avatar #95 to #27 - dammitcarlos
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Yes, but you are most likely to get it when you are older and close to death anyways. It does not spread as easily as breast cancer, and even if it manages to be ignored for years on end and spreads, you can still live for many more years with it. With breast cancer, only 70% of women live longer than 5 years, and of those 70%, only 70% will live longer than 10 years.
User avatar #97 to #95 - lyiat
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I don't know where the hell you're getting these statistics, because the death rate for both cancers is one in thirty six as of 2013 according to the National Health Council.
User avatar #98 to #97 - dammitcarlos
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But you can't just look at the death rates. Say there were 2 types of viruses, virus a and virus b. Both killed 50% of it's hosts. Virus A kills them within 3 years, while virus B kills within 30. Both have the same death rate, but people carrying virus B have a much better chance at living a long life.
User avatar #105 to #98 - lyiat
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And, for the record? Steve Jobs died one and a half years after they found out he had PC. So, doubly no. Your neat little bow saying, 'Breast Cancer is worse' doesn't work out. They are equally bad and deserve equal attention, as do the rest of the cancer spectrum.
User avatar #104 to #98 - lyiat
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A one in thirty six mortality rate is roughly 3%. If prostate cancer is going to kill you, it will kill you, most likely, within 15 years. Not 30.

Breast cancer is far more complicated, however, because it has various stages with larger variants of lethality (Prostate Cancer has varying stages as well, but they are even furtherly varied rather than Stage 1, 2, 3, ect). Stage One and Two are both 100% survival rate past five years. Everything beyond that begins lowering chances (Stage 2 is about 93%, Three is 72%), but with advents in finding cancer early this is becoming less and less of an issue. You cannot sum it up as neatly as you propose to do. It's a multi-leveled, complicated topic.

You are sourly uninformed about both mortality rates for both cancers.
User avatar #233 to #104 - drldrl
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Let's just stop and agree that any cancer is terrible.
User avatar #4 - CCpieman
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Yeah but then you're part of the evil patriarchy.
User avatar #178 to #4 - turtletroll
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I`m afraid I am too.

I can`t step outside without degrading or raping women. It`s something in me that comes out when I see women. I have to assert my dominance and beat them.

I`m so sorry i`m a man but it can`t be helped.
#5 - thatonenerd
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Men can get breast cancer too.
#121 to #5 - pokemonstheshiz
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yup
I like to think this episode helped to spread that information
User avatar #163 to #121 - minorian
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Who is that?
#236 to #163 - pokemonstheshiz
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Sterling Archer   
from the show Archer   
   
There's an episode where he gets breast cancer
Sterling Archer
from the show Archer

There's an episode where he gets breast cancer
User avatar #33 to #5 - poniesareghey
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but people don't think about that
I recall there recently being a story of a guy who went to 6 different clinics giving free examinations who wouldn't check for cancer on him because he was a guy.
#16 - princepeanut
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What, do you want a month for testicular cancer or something?
#35 to #16 - rainyeyes
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**rainyeyes rolled a random image posted in comment #145 at (untitled) **

Hey that's a pretty good idea. This should be the mascot for it.
User avatar #65 to #16 - yveinesteele
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Actually yeah..
#66 to #16 - anon id: f7e166c3
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In New Zealand we genuinely have a month to promote Testicular and Prostate cancer in men, it's in November. We call it Movember and men grow (or attempts to grow) a Mo. Great fun and you can sponser people for their mo to raise money for the cause
User avatar #126 to #16 - robbyarcane
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Actually.. Yes.
#133 to #16 - anon id: c0c50668
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**anonymous rolled a random image posted in comment #29 at Top 10 rules of Alchohol ** This
User avatar #28 to #16 - spant
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UK has Movember for Testicular Cancer and Prostate Cancer awareness, its pretty fun, everyone who participates grows a mustache/beard while collecting funds for the charity.
User avatar #31 to #28 - MandiMarie
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They have that in the US as well. At least they do where I live, in Michigan.
User avatar #32 to #31 - spant
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Sweet, I thought it was worldwide, just wasn't sure.
User avatar #52 to #32 - karidagur
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pretty sure it is. We do that in Iceland as well
User avatar #19 to #16 - lorddarkskull
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November is prostate cancer awareness month and december is testicular
Did you know that? If you didn't, OP has a point.
User avatar #20 to #19 - davidispissed
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and february is black awareness month. I think that covers the worst cancer there.


jk
User avatar #193 to #19 - nicoquitemad
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So for November you don't shave, what do you do for December?
#194 to #193 - macbookfan
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Well the list goes: No Shave November, Don't Shave December and Manuary.
If you need a terrible excuse to just not shave for 3 months
#107 - byazura
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"Downvotes"
"Downvotes"
User avatar #214 to #107 - kingxddd [OP]
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shut up bitch
#234 to #214 - jaypaul
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User avatar #118 - buttplugmaster
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we don't have enough months in the year for that. which is why we shouldn't have awareness months we should just be more aware overall
User avatar #119 - terrria **User deleted account**
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Moment of silence for wenis cancer
#72 - WitchKingTroll
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Nope, not gonna touch this one.
Nope, not gonna touch this one.
#99 - nymikemet
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How About Lukeimeia or Brain Cancer   
....or Lung Cancer
How About Lukeimeia or Brain Cancer
....or Lung Cancer
User avatar #124 to #99 - sadistikal
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or Ass Cancer