Re: WATER AND SEMEN: THE SAME CARCINOGENIC PROPERTIES? 3 September 2004
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Christopher J Noble,
postdoc
Australia

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Re: Re: WATER AND SEMEN: THE SAME CARCINOGENIC PROPERTIES?

The Perth Group wrote:Homosexuals have a relatively high incidence of gastrointestinal cancers other than KS and several researchers have implicated semen in the development of these neoplasms (41, 42). d) Reid and Coppelson described the relative high incidence of cervical cancers in promiscuous Australian women.

We can add human papilloma virus (HPV) onto the continuously growing line of viruses that the Perth Group choose not to believe in.

The evidence connecting HPV with anal and cervical cancer is much stronger than the weak correlations that the Perth Group scrape together for their own hypotheses.

It should be obvious to most people by now that the Perth Group are operating outside of modern science and intellectual reason.

Competing interests: None declared