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Five Fact-checks You Need To Read On Cancer 

  1. Sucking On A Woman’s Breast Will Not Reduce Her Risks Of Breast Cancer

Social media users and many online portals have circulated stories that suggest that the suckling of breasts, especially by spouses or partners, can reduce chances of breast cancer in both men and women, but this is not accurate. Read the fact check here.

Five Fact-checks You Need To Read On Cancer 
  1. It Is Possible To Develop Liver Cancer From Consuming Rotten Tomatoes? 

A Facebook user, Adebisi Yusuff Adebayo, claimed in a post on the platform that rotten tomatoes contain fungi that produce a toxin that may cause liver cancer. According to the post, boiling and frying the tomatoes does not help remove the fungi completely. DUBAWA verified this claim and found it to be TRUE! Read the facts here.

Five Fact-checks You Need To Read On Cancer 
  1. The Claim That Hot Coconut Water Can Cure Cancer Has Not Been Scientifically Proven

A viral WhatsApp message said drinking hot coconut water can cure all forms of cancer. It advised readers to add hot water to some thin slices of coconut flakes and the product will become ‘alkaline water.’ It was also explained in the message that hot coconut water releases ‘an anti-cancer substance’ that has served as a proven remedy to all types of cancer. This has not been proven to be true, read the facts here.

Five Fact-checks You Need To Read On Cancer 
  1. Ewedu Has The Potential To Cure Cancer

The presence of vitamin B9 and polyphenolic compounds, powerful antioxidants with antitumor potential, make ewedu a potential anti-cancer drug source in the future. But for now, it is certainly just a healthy and delicious dish! Read the full article here.

Five Fact-checks You Need To Read On Cancer 
  1. Eating Avocados Is A Healthy Choice, Not A Way Of Preventing Or Curing Cervical Cancer 

A ‘Did you know’ card claimed that the consumption of avocado pears can reduce the risk of cervical cancer and also aid the health of the womb and the development of the baby. This is not entirely correct. Read the fact check here.

Five Fact-checks You Need To Read On Cancer 
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