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  1. some old queen

    Examiner: Steroids. I know that they are used in the treatment of prostate cancer but there is also medical evidence that they cause enlarged prostates in healthy men. Is it really too much of a leap to assume they can cause prostate cancer too?

    The reason I ask is I know a guy who used to be quite a heavy user. After prostate cancer he now has a colostomy bag. I have wondered if there was a connection. Has there ever been any study done on this?

    1. dav

      I’m no expert but is their a difference in the steroids prescribed as part of cancer treatment versus the ones the lad/lasses take for muscle growth etc..

  2. GiggidyGoo

    It hasn’t dawned on the Department of Transport yet that it’s the state of the pavements, bad signage, invisible road markings that contribute more to accidents.

    1. Taunton

      it is certainly not to do with the bendy roads lined with overgrown hedges and bushes so you cannot see around the corner.

  3. Yellow Cheese Dog

    Zappone – the minister for children who unironically supports the repeal of the 8th amendment and the state’s abandonment of its duty of care for the right to life of the unborn and their mothers – is upset because she’s dropped from a fecking Gameshow?

      1. Cian

        Because of the mandatory abortion that will be introduced once the 8th is repealed.
        Like the way *everyone* got divorced when the 15th amendment went in.
        Like the way the marriage was *destroyed” (and we all turned gay) when the 34th amendment went in.

        1. Killian G

          I know your being ironical,but, I will be honest, the marriage equality referendum did make me a small bit gayer than I was before. Estimated 10-15% gayer, I would say. Maybe a bit more at the weekends.

    1. TheRealJane

      Oh, I’ve been interested in hearing details about how people life people want to improve maternity services and post natal care. Can we see a proposal?

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