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Oralni seks može da izazove rak grla?

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Jake Chambers:
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--- Quote ---Oralni seks izaziva rak grla
KREVET Virus koji nastane putem oralnog seksa može da izazove neke oblike raka grla, saopštili su američki naučnici. Oni su u jednoj studiji kroz koju je prošlo 300 ljudi zaključili da HPV infekcija daleko rizičnija za dobijanje kansera od duvana ili alkohola. U studiji Medicinskog žurnala Nove Engleske navodi se da je rizik gotovo devet puta veći za osobe koje su imale oralni seks sa više od šest partnera. HPV infekcija je uzročnik velikog broja vratnih kansera, a 80 odsto žena može da očekuje da dobije HPV infekcjiu u jednom tenutku svog života.
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A?

Meho Krljic:
Mislim da je dovoljno pogledati ko je izvor ove vesti pa da shvatimo koliko je ona factually-challenged.

Virus koji nastaje putem oralnog seksa? Znao sam da muski polni organ može da proizvede život, na određeni način, ali da može i da stvara viruse je za mene novina. With great power comes great responsibility, reklo bi se.

Meho Krljic:
Plus, naravno, ovo je još jedan argument u prilog ideji da je za muškarce najbolje da stupaju u intimne odnose samo sa glupim, neukim i, ako je moguće nepismenim ženama. Onda je opasnost da one pročitaju nešto ovako i uskrate im oralne radove daleko manja.

lilit:
izbor podforuma za ovaj topic je hilarious.

:lol:

edit: fakat je da Human Papiloma Virus moze uzrokovati kancer, ali je potrebno prvo biti nosilac virusa koji ce kod nekih, a kod nekih drugih osoba nece, dovesti do kancera.
mislim da je prevodilac na srpski malo preozbiljno shvatio informaciju koju je procitao, pa se malo zaneo.
no, ko bi ga znao...treba biti oprezan.  :wink:

Study: Oral sex boosts throat-cancer risk
Friday 11 May, 2007 10:08

Human papillomavirus causes some throat cancers in both men and women, says a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine. And having multiple oral sex partners tops the list of sex practices that boost risk for the HPV-linked cancer.

"People should be reassured that oropharyngeal cancer is relatively uncommon, and the overwhelming majority of people with an oral HPV infection probably will not get throat cancer," said study author Maura Gillison, an assistant professor of oncology and epidemiology at Johns Hopkins, in a written statement. Consistent condom use may reduce risk.

In Gillison's study of 100 men and women newly diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer (located in the tonsils, back of the tongue and throat), those who had evidence of prior HPV infection were 32 times more likely to develop the cancer. This was much higher than the rate for smokers (three times) and drinkers (two times).

Study participants who reported having more than six oral-sex partners in their lifetime were 8.6 times more likely to develop the HPV-linked cancer. In a surprising twist, Gillison said the data showed no added risk for HPV carriers who smoke and drink alcohol.

"It's the virus that drives the cancer," explained Gillison. "Since HPV has already disrupted the cell enough to steer its change to cancer, then tobacco and alcohol use may have no further impact."

Oral sex, including both fellatio and cunnilingus, is the main mode of transit for oral HPV infection, the investigators say, although mouth-to-mouth transmission remains possible and was not ruled out by the current study.

HPVs also can be transmitted by skin contact and are found in the mucus of the genital tract, and in saliva, urine, and semen. Both men and women contract the ubiquitous virus in equal numbers, which is believed to have infected a large proportion of people worldwide at some point in their lives.

Most HPV infections clear with little or no symptoms, but a small percentage of men and women who acquire cancer-causing or "high-risk" strains, such as HPV 16, may develop a cancer. HPV-linked cancers currently include oral, anal, cervical, vaginal, penile, and vulvar cancers.

Gillison said a new FDA-approved vaccine known by its tradename, Gardasil, can prevent genital HPV infection in girls and young women, but has not yet been shown to prevent infection in boys and men.

The vaccine's ability to prevent oral HPV infection and oral cancers, which are more common in men, also is not known.

angel011:

--- Quote from: "Meho Krljic" ---Plus, naravno, ovo je još jedan argument u prilog ideji da je za muškarce najbolje da stupaju u intimne odnose samo sa glupim, neukim i, ako je moguće nepismenim ženama. Onda je opasnost da one pročitaju nešto ovako i uskrate im oralne radove daleko manja.
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Naprotiv. Danas skoro da i ne postoje potpuno nepismene žene, a samo će glupa i neuka osoba da slepo poveruje u ono što pročita u ovakvim novinama. Pametno žensko (osim ako ne veruješ da je to oksimoron!  :evil: ) neće bez razmišljanja poverovati u ovakvu vest - a ni nakon razmišljanja.

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