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Fake News: Eating Vaginal Fluids Does NOT Make You Immune To Cancer, And Other Diseases

  • by: Alan Duke
  • (Thu, 20 Jun 2019 22:17:24 Z)
Does eating vaginal fluids makes you immune to cancer and other diseases? No, that's not true: It is a click-bait claim attributed to non-existent research at a non-existent university. There is no known bodily fluid, protein or vitamin known to make anyone "immune from cancer."

The story originated from an article (archived here) where it was published on April 3, 2019 under the title "Eating Vaginal Fluids Makes you Immune To Cancer, And Other Diseases". It opened:

Scientists at St. Austen University in North Carolina, they investigated the benefits of vaginal or nervous consumption and the results were amazing. It contains active proteins for 10 minutes after leaving the fluid body body.
Vagina is rich in vitamins like liquid proteins, sodium, C1, C4, C4, VC and other.
This study confirms that Dr. John D. was pointing out. Moore in his study of "Equivalent Exchange" in 2009, indicating that women and men take advantage of it.

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These is an example of the fake story being shared on social media:

The story also makes these bizarre claims of the benefits that "swallowing of vagina" offers:

1. Delete buttons and buttons
2. Encourages cells' electrical charges
3. Prevent prostate cancer
4. Improved digestion
5. Very effective against capture
6. It strengthens teeth and bones
7. Help kidney work. Everything is for your health!


Lead Stories did not specifically check the benefits of the "swallowing" for your "delete buttons" or its effectiveness "against capture," but we do know it does not prevent prostate cancer.

Finally, there is no St. Austen University (or any school with a similar name) in North Carolina.

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Editor-in-Chief Alan Duke co-founded Lead Stories after ending a 26-year career with CNN, where he mainly covered entertainment, current affairs and politics. Duke closely covered domestic terrorism cases for CNN, including the Oklahoma City federal building bombing, the UNABOMBER and search for Southeast bomber Eric Robert Rudolph. CNN moved Duke to Los Angeles in 2009 to cover the entertainment beat. Duke also co-hosted a daily podcast with former HLN host Nancy Grace, "Crime Stories with Nancy Grace" and hosted the podcast series "Stan Lee's World: His Real Life Battle with Heroes & Villains." You'll also see Duke in many news documentaries, including on the Reelz channel, CNN and HLN.

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