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Funny story:  Being Alive Can Raise The Risk of Cancer

Being Alive Can Raise The Risk of Cancer

Being alive can raise the risk of developing cancer, a German led research project announced today. A study of over 6 billion people worldwide carried out over the last 20 years, and costing $8bn found that being alive dramatically increases the...
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Funny story:  Coffee the New Fountain of Youth

Coffee the New Fountain of Youth

Following an extensive study about the health benefits of drinking coffee, initial results show that regular consumption will dramatically reduce risk for prostate cancer, some heart related illnesses and will improve general stamina at work, around...
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Funny story:  Music of Steel Panther Believed to Have Link to Cure for Cancer and ED

Music of Steel Panther Believed to Have Link to Cure for Cancer and ED

Researchers at the Pettrucci Center for Musical Research have released preliminary results of a study between the music of Heavy Metal Icons Steel Panther, and the spread and onset of remission of many forms of cancer. "We had reason to believe t...
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Funny story:  Jade Goody Responsible for Massive Fall in Profits

Jade Goody Responsible for Massive Fall in Profits

A leading cancer research charity has blamed its dramatic fall in revenue on Big Brother racist Jade Goody. Goody, 27, was diagnosed with cancer just over a month ago whilst appearing on India's Big Brother programme. Since the airing of Miss Goo...
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Funny story:  Not having cancer leads to cancer, say experts

Not having cancer leads to cancer, say experts

Scientists have identified one guaranteed precursor to cancer - not having cancer. "We examined 10,000 adults with cancer and found one overwhelming similarity within almost all of them - they used to be cancer free," explained Dr Thomas Statistif...
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Funny story:  Homeless Less Likely to Get Cancer

Homeless Less Likely to Get Cancer

Washington, D.C. -- According to researchers at the Cancer Research Center in Washington, D.C., the homeless are much less likely to get cancer than those with a roof over their head. Scientists and doctors alike at the Center claim that their evi...
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Funny story:  Paris Hilton Discovers Cure for Cancer at Home, in Her Spare Time

Paris Hilton Discovers Cure for Cancer at Home, in Her Spare Time

Geneva - Today Paris Hilton shocked the World Federation of Cancer Researchers by presenting her own research and cure to some of the most complex cancers known to man. Using radioactive isotopes to breed a special fly she discovered in a dive in Tia...
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National Institute of Abhorrent Behavior (NIAB) to Study Cable News Anchors

Boston-Dr. Felix Noodlesorter of NAIB received a LooneyToonery grant to study the behavioral traits of those who anchor cable news shows. Prime subject for scrutiny is Wacky Chris Matthews of MSNBC,

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