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Do You Think Cancer Can Be Cured By Eating A Vagina?

Scientists have been trying to find the best cure for cancer and this is something that we have been hearing to since decades.

The moment we hear about this deadly disease, we jump to the conclusion that the person is nearing their death very soon.

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Scientists have been using most of their time in trying to find out new solutions for cancer, as this problem is one of the most common ailments that we see these days in the society.

One solution to cure cancer is said to be - eating a vagina! We wonder how!!

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Check out for more details below about the weirdest solution that the scientists have come up with to cure this deadly disease!


The Research Has Been Done...

According to a study, it was concluded that eating a vagina can indeed prevent cancer. It was conducted by the State College of New York study group.


Wondering How Is It Even Possible?

The studies reveal that the body hormones such as DHEA and oxytocin are produced in the human body, and every time whenever you eat a vagina, these hormones are said to prevent cancer.


Other Bizarre Cure For Curing Cancer: The Blue Scorpion Venom

Though this cure is still in the research phase, people believe that the intake of diluted venom from blue scorpions, that are only found in Cuba, has been used to fight cancer for more than 10 years now!


What Do You Think?

With these bizarre cures, we wonder if these will really work or not when used on a large scale. What do you think? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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    Story first published: Wednesday, July 26, 2017, 19:56 [IST]
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