Australia - August 25th, 2006: A new research has come to corroborate previous studies that believe that masturbation could be an effective way to prevent prostate cancer later in life.
Scientists in Australia found that men who ejaculate more than five times a week are at least a third less likely to develop the disease. This same percentage was found through other researches conducted by different teams of scientists.
However, the news revealed by this particular study is that ejaculation by means of masturbation can be more effective than sexual intercourse, since the latter opens a door for many infections that maybe in fact increase the risk of developing prostate cancer. The study also emphasizes the importance of masturbation for men in their 20’s to reach an effective prevention. Specialists believe that such data could finally change the way masturbation is regarded, from sinful act to something to be strongly encouraged by doctors and sexual educators.