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Talking about biological differences between men and women now gets you FIRED from academia

A professor of neuroscience at Lund University in Sweden is on the verge of being fired simply for stating that there are fundamental differences between males and females that are “biologically founded,” and that aren’t based on “social constructs alone.”

10 cancer symptoms men should not ignore

<strong><h5><p>Craig Cooper, October 8, 2015
Men may think they’re tougher than women, but they’re not, especially when it comes to cancer. Men are at a greater risk of developing and dying from cancer than are women.

Breast Cancer In Men

When it comes to breast cancer, men may not have celebrities such as Suzanne Somers, Gloria Steinem and Olivia Newton John to help increase awareness of the disease, although they do have actor Richard Roundtree of “Shaft”fame, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1993 and who underwent successful breast removal and chemotherapy. But that does not mean breast cancer in men is any less serious than it is in women, even though it is far less common. Recent breast cancer statistics report that an estimated 2,190 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, and about 410 men will lose their lives because of the disease.

PSA screening exposed as complete medical hoax: 99.9 percent of the time it provides no benefit to men

The medical-industrial complex is backtracking heavily these days from recommending that men undergo prostate-specific antigen (PSA) tests for prostate cancer, as continually emerging evidence reveals the test to be dangerous, inaccurate, and essentially useless for most men. In fact, the American Urological Association (AUA) at its recent annual meeting admitted that, based on the available data, PSA tests provide no benefit to men 99.9 percent of the time, which by any reasonable standards renders the test a complete hoax.

Arsenic exposure linked to lower sperm concentration in men.

Arsenic exposure may reduce men's sperm counts, a Chinese study has found. Whether reproduction is affected is not known, since the amount of sperm in semen is only one measure of male fertility. People are exposed to arsenic mainly through water and food. The preliminary study is the first to link men's sperm quality with exposure to arsenic.