Having Oral Sex With Multiple Partners Can Increase Risk for Throat Cancer, Says New Study

Published Jan 11, 2021

Having Oral Sex With Multiple Partners Can Increase Risk for Throat Cancer, Says New Study

A new study published by 'Cancer,' the journal from the American Cancer Society, says that having more than 10 oral sex partners puts you at a greater risk for developing throat cancer.

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