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Cancer and PE

Cancer and PE

On TED.com, Eva Vertes a microbiology prodigy explores the origin of cancer and various other diseases. In her speech she states that cancer raises from damaged tissues, “it seems that cancer is a direct result to injury. If you smoke, you damage your lung tissue, and then lung cancer arises. If you drink, you damage your liver etc.. (http://www.ted.com/talks/eva_vertes…f_medicine.html)

This got me thinking and after more research I found that various sources indicate that cancer can arise as a result of damage to the tissues

“Another idea was that cancer arises from the chronic irritation of tissues. This view received strong support with the discovery of X-rays in 1895 an”d the observation that exposure to this form of radiation could induce localized tissue damage, which could lead in turn to the development of cancer. Source: (http://science.education.nih.gov/su…erstanding1.htm)

So what significance will this have for PE? Because it seems that growth is the direct result of chronic damage to the penis. I did not post this thread to scare anyone since no one really knows the true cause of cancer, however it is something to keep in mind as we also do not know the long term consequences of pulling our units day in and day out ;)

DISCLOSURE: PEer since 2003

Well pretty much everything can give you cancer. Does penile cancer exist? That is a really depressing thought though…

Fuck. Why’s there always got be be a sacrifice? You can have a big dick, but you’re gonna get cancer for it.

Oh well, in for a penny, in for a pound (Jelqs away).

P.S. I love TED. Best thing ever.


2009-05-01: BPEL ~8.25", EG ~5.5" (start) / 2009-08-25: BPEL ~9.00" / EG ~6.0". 2010-02-06: BPEL ~9.25", EG ~6.2" / 2010-08-23: BPEL ~9.4", EG: ~6.25"

Originally Posted by chitonan
On TED.com, Eva Vertes a microbiology prodigy explores the origin of cancer and various other diseases. In her speech she states that cancer raises from damaged tissues, “it seems that cancer is a direct result to injury. If you smoke, you damage your lung tissue, and then lung cancer arises. If you drink, you damage your liver etc.. (http://www.ted.com/talks/eva_vertes…f_medicine.html)

This got me thinking and after more research I found that various sources indicate that cancer can arise as a result of damage to the tissues

“Another idea was that cancer arises from the chronic irritation of tissues. This view received strong support with the discovery of X-rays in 1895 an”d the observation that exposure to this form of radiation could induce localized tissue damage, which could lead in turn to the development of cancer. Source: (http://science.education.nih.gov/su…erstanding1.htm)

So what significance will this have for PE? Because it seems that growth is the direct result of chronic damage to the penis. I did not post this thread to scare anyone since no one really knows the true cause of cancer, however it is something to keep in mind as we also do not know the long term consequences of pulling our units day in and day out ;)

DISCLOSURE: PEer since 2003

I’m not going to get into it but I can tell you the damage that we create by PE is not the same as the chemical damage in the body caused by smoking, drinking, and even UV light. It would be like saying an athlete that injured a certain area in their body repeatedly will get cancer in that area.


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Perception is reality.

You go to the gym to damage your muscles repeatedly so they will grow. Last I heard, getting cut doesn’t cause cancer.

So that explains why my penis keeps getting bigger and bigger, there is a tumor in it!


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Stem Cells? Cell differentiation, cancer and PE? Because if we are mixing these subjects (as far as I read) are we talking about a theory for growth in PE other than GvM and EtP?

Didn’t pay too much attention, but was she talking about using controlled cancer to cure alzheimer in the future?

And what about this applied to PE? heheh


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Originally Posted by chitonan
On TED.com, Eva Vertes a microbiology prodigy explores the origin of cancer and various other diseases. In her speech she states that cancer raises from damaged tissues, “it seems that cancer is a direct result to injury. If you smoke, you damage your lung tissue, and then lung cancer arises. If you drink, you damage your liver etc.. (http://www.ted.com/talks/eva_vertes…f_medicine.html)

This got me thinking and after more research I found that various sources indicate that cancer can arise as a result of damage to the tissues

“Another idea was that cancer arises from the chronic irritation of tissues. This view received strong support with the discovery of X-rays in 1895 an”d the observation that exposure to this form of radiation could induce localized tissue damage, which could lead in turn to the development of cancer. Source: (http://science.education.nih.gov/su…erstanding1.htm)

So what significance will this have for PE? Because it seems that growth is the direct result of chronic damage to the penis. I did not post this thread to scare anyone since no one really knows the true cause of cancer, however it is something to keep in mind as we also do not know the long term consequences of pulling our units day in and day out ;)

DISCLOSURE: PEer since 2003

The “damage” she’s referring to in the cases of lung cancer from smoking and cancer from exposure to x-rays can be explained by the damage that ionizing radiation causes to DNA and the consequent defects in cell metabolism and division that result.

Everyone knows that x-rays are a form of ionizing radiation, but few know that cigarettes are, too:

Besides carbon dioxide, tar, and nicotine, cigarette smoke also contains radioactive lead and polonium, enough to result in a radiation exposure of 1300 mrem/year to a 1.5 pack a day smoker. Each cigarette smoked can also be equated to one chest x-ray, and a non-smoker living with a smoker may receive the equivalent of 12 chest x-rays per year as a result of second-hand smoke. Perhaps the easiest radiation exposure to control is this one: If you smoke, stop; if you don’t smoke, don’t ever start. Whenever possible, minimize your exposure to other people’s smoke. For more information about smoking, see the Quitting Smoking Fact Sheet. http://www.uihealthcare.com/topics/…nradiation.html

Radiation doesn’t explain liver cancer, but I’ve managed to pare down the number of examples from 3 to 1.

By the reasoning you’ve proposed, exercise would be carcinogenic, since it causes persistent damage to the muscles and joints. Do bodybuilders get muscle cancer? I don’t think so.

The main concern I had about PE causing cancer was that it might result in excessive cell division. In general, the more often cells divide, the greater the likelihood that something will get screwed up and and some cancerous process will develop.


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I think it is chemical, bacterial, viral and radioactive cellular damage not repeated mechanical damage that causes cancer. And yes penile cancer does exist?

Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penile_cancer

Originally Posted by ModestoMan
The “damage” she’s referring to in the cases of lung cancer from smoking and cancer from exposure to x-rays can be explained by the damage that ionizing radiation causes to DNA and the consequent defects in cell metabolism and division that result.

Yeah, I always made this association: high energy and mutation. But in my poor words, as Damien said, the source of that high energy depends.


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Originally Posted by Jawbone
Does it have anything to do with South Park - Medicinal Fried Chicken?

http://tvshack.net/tv/South_Park/season_14/episode_3/

Ha I was going to mention this in my post but decided to wait and see if another brought it up! Maybe we can accelerate our gains by standing in front of micro waves while smoking as many cigarettes as we can.


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