Is it scientifically proven that piercing and tattoos can cause skin cancer and if it does, why...
do people still get it anyway
My answer to that is simple. Why do people smoke? That's proven to give cancer.
Some people are actually addicted to the pain a needle gives. yeah sounds odd but it's true. Others may think they are improving themselves or simply trying to fit in. While some are trying to stand out.
An older person may think longer before doing this,but
young people don't always believe what they are told.
The pleasure of the tattoos and piercing outweigh the dangers of the possible caner in the future..
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