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What is the fastest way to get cancer?

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Asked by k gopal, 11 Feb '13 02:37 pm
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Take up a smoking habit. The more you smoke, the more likely you are to get cancer,
Answered by Quest, 13 Feb '13 02:08 pm

 
  
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Smoking,drinking,excessive sex,and hiv
Answered by baldeo sharma, 14 Feb '13 04:47 am

 
  
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Take up a smoking habit. The more you smoke, the more likely you are to get cancer,

If you'd like to move things along a little more quickly, you can also stay out of all sunlight and use plenty of sun block and sunscreen any time you go outside. This will prevent natural sunlight from touching your skin. Now, how will this give you cancer? It turns out that natural sunlight is powerful prevention for cancer. People who get plenty of natural sunlight have a greatly reduced risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer, breast cancer and many other disorders that aren't cancer-related such as osteoporosis and mental depression. By staying out of the sun or using sun block and sunscreen every time you're under the sun, you can prevent your body from preventing cancer, thereby giving yourself a much greater risk for cancer with each passing day. If you find it difficult to avoid the sun, just get a night shift job where you work all night and sleep all day. That's a hugely successful p ...more
Answered by iqbal seth, 12 Feb '13 06:24 am

 
  
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Prefer nature cure and ayurveda/siddha/homoeo at affordable cost with no tension at all
Answered by samson aseervatham, 11 Feb '13 02:41 pm

 
  
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