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  • I m "ganja" try "puff"ing it now
  • i bet they still will
  • Mmm not into that scene.
  • And there was me thinking I had given a "solid" ansa. I suppose that if a female was to smoke it and get testicular cancer it would be "herball" !!!!
  • hahaha. ++ :)
  • Well people have been told for years that regular smoking could give them cancer and they still do it in there millions, so why would anyone stop smoking weed because of this? I don't think it will change anything, and yeah i guess i probably would still have some from time to time.
  • Helen anybody ever told you how you have a way with words?? Haha!!!
  • At least you'll know where to get your medicinal marijuana. :P
  • If you gave me enough money I could make picking your nose link to testicular cancer. These studies are so stupid. tainted. and absurd.
  • Never have; never will. (Have balls NOR smoke marijuana)
  • I have the equipment no doubt there but like hanging on to them or the way they hang or something like that. Smoked it a few times in high school, never thought it was a cool thing to do. just laugh at everything that past me by. I could do that without the drug.
  • I will hang on to mine Thank you.....Can't wait to hear your reply.
  • Tobacco couses lung cancer but people dont stop that
  • ok... EVERYTHING has been linked to SOME sort of cancer lol
  • Compared to all the good it does, i will continue to use it. Plus, it is not against the law here.
  • I just had to comment and say...that's some funny s**t! You have a way with words Helen.....
  • apparently if you do you wont have them for long.
  • HELL YEAH! I don't need any more kids! Lets light one up!
  • What a load of Bollocks!! ha ha
  • Henry Scowcroft, from Cancer Research UK, said: "As the researchers themselves point out, this is the first inkling that there is any association between chronic marijuana use and testicular cancer. "But the researchers only interviewed a relatively small number of men. "So before we can reach any firm conclusions about whether this is a cause-and-effect relationship, rather than a statistical blip, the result needs to be replicated in a much larger study."
  • It's not like danger to balls ever stopped anyone from doing anything they really wanted to do.
  • How ironic some people toke it to get balls and now they will have something eles to be afraid of!!
  • yep cos im a girl :)
  • Good thing the study was fabricated so your question is meaningless.
  • i dont give a toss ha ha lol
  • how many people do you know that actually have gotten testicular cancer from smoking marijuana? you can get high blood presure from having to much salt, people still eat it.
  • That's not true. The only tests have been in animals. It's not a PROVEN FACT. It's a theory not a fact. And No, I'd save my balls, thank you if that was theory was a fact.
  • Some of us don't have such anatomy.
  • You just wanted an excuse to talk about my balls. I'm on to you
  • If your stoned out your head you can at least forget about it.. It's like the guy who went to the doctor and the doctor told him "I have some good news and some bad news for you!" The bad news is that your HIV positive! The good news is you also have Alzheimer's disease, so you can at least go home and forget it! grin...
  • I will continue to smoke it every day.
  • I think I'm going to lose more than my balls Helen, here's a list of other things that can give you cancer according to the Daily Mail :1.FACEBOOK: Social networking sites such as Facebook could raise your risk of serious health problems by reducing levels of face-to-face contact, a doctor claims. 2. WINE: Drinking just a small glass of wine a day can more than double the risk of cancer, a study claims. It says that consuming just one 125ml glass of wine increases the chance of developing mouth and throat cancer by 168 per cent. 3. A COLD: The common cold could be a major cause of childhood cancer, a new study claims. Researchers claim that an infection during pregnancy or in early childhood could leave children more susceptible to cancers like leukaemia or brain tumours. 4. DEODORANT: New research suggests that the aluminium in many anti-perspirants has a potential link with breast cancer. Here, a leading breast cancer specialist explains why he explains why he suggests avoiding the products. 5. CHIPS: Parents are being urged to stop giving their children chips amid fears they dramatically increase the risk of breast cancer. Serving under-fives chips just once a week raises their risk of breast cancer by 27 per cent, shocking new research has shown 6. ORAL SEX: Oral sex raises your risk of throat cancer scientists have warned. A new study found the sex act can pass on the human papillomavirus (HPV), which can trigger a specific type of throat cancer in both men and women 7. VITAMIN E: Vitamin E supplements may raise the risk of lung cancer, doctors have warned. A study of more than 77,000 people found that taking moderate to high doses of vitamin E led to a ’significant’ increase in risk of the cancer that kills on Briton every 15 minutes. 8. SAUSAGES AND BURGERS: A red dye used in sausages and burgers is being banned because it could cause cancer, the European Commission said today. The move will come into force within days 9. SOUP: People who regularly have soup with a high salt content could be increasing their risk of stomach cancer, according to an expert. 10. HAIR DYE: Women who use permanent hair dye may be putting themselves at increased risk of bladder cancer. If you have used hair dye for at least 15 years, the risk is three times greater, says new research 11. MOUTHWASH: There is now ’sufficient evidence’ that mouthwashes containing alcohol contribute to the increased risk of cancer in the mouth, according to a scientist. 12. SUN CREAM: Sun creams could raise the risk of getting skin cancer, warn experts. Although they help prevent sunburn, lotions fail to block out the ultraviolet rays which can cause the disease 13. PRINGLES, HULA-HOOPS & PRINCE CHARLES’ ORGANIC CRISPS: An organic product sold under Prince Charles’s Duchy Originals brand has been found to contain elevated levels of a cancer causing chemical. 14. X-RAYS: Diagnostic X-rays are linked to a small raised risk of cancer, according to researchers. The radiation could be the cause of 700 cancer cases per year in Britain 15. TALCUM POWDER: Women who use talcum powder every day to keep fresh are 40 per cent more likely to develop ovarian cancer, according to alarming research. 16. MOISTURISERS: Moisturisers used by millions of women every day may be increasing their risk of skin cancer, scientists have warned. 17. MOBILE PHONES: Mobile phones can take as little as ten minutes to trigger changes in the brain associated with cancer, scientists claimed yesterday. They found even low levels of radiation from handsets interfere with the way brain cells divide 18. RED MEAT: Eating large amounts of red and processed meat leaves you at greater risk of cancer, a major report has warned. One in ten cases of both lung and bowel cancer could be prevented if people cut down on beef, lamb, pork, sausages, ham and bacon, scientists say 19.TOOTH WHITENER: Dentists are warning the public over the proposed sale of super-strength tooth whitener linked to cancer. Under European Commission plans, the limit on concentration levels of bleach in over-the-counter products will rise 60 times 20. CHOCOLATES AND BAGGED SNACKS: Chocolates and bagged snacks are being pulled from shop shelves after potential cancer-causing toxins were found in a batch of rice flour I can only speak for myself but, I'm not too worried about smoking a spliff.
  • no because you wont have any balss left duh!!!!
  • Everything has been linked to bloody cancer, every day there's a new link, one day it's tea, the next it's coffee, the next it's jogging, chocolate, music, driving, scratching your bloody arse. I say you do what you enjoy, if it kills you, at least you went out smiling.
  • I had not been smoking it anyway, so does not matter. Plus, I do not have balls. That would be some weird thing if I did!
  • Let me guess, it was on some internet web site? Blah blah blah.
  • may.. could...might... a long way from will!, these are the same group of over funded fools who came out years ago and said Vegemite causes cancer, maybe they would be better of directing their energy into looking at the damage that additives and food colourings are doing to ALL of us ... and no I won't be giving up the pleasure of smoking pot... if after well over 40 years of smoking it and no sign of cancer in my balls then no reason to is there...lol
  • that is compllete bullshit that the GOV. says to try and get people to stop.
  • For sure!!!!
  • Many widely cited clinical-research studies are later refuted: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/538729
  • that would be ok with me as long as i got to go to cali and get medical bud till the day that i die...
  • that would be ok with me as long as i got to go to cali and get medical bud till the day that i die...

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