Warning: NSFW, cartoons doing the nasty while checking each other for signs of cancer.
“Before the what, the why.”
The landing page for the 32-position handbook explains it all:
“Because fear of cancer can be as bad as cancer itself. Because the earlier you detect cancer, the greater the chances of treating it successfully. Because fear, like cancer, may have the power to spread — but they both share one major weakness: Knowledge.
Because of all this, The Cancer Sutra is designed to challenge the taboos and conventions about cancer. Firstly by talking about how to look for cancer, not just find it. Secondly, by bringing the fight against cancer, and the prevention of it, out of a place of isolation.
After all, saving lives is one thing.
Having fun while doing it — well, that’s something we can all get behind. (Or in front of, depending.)”
Here’s a sampling of what the free site has to offer.
The Amorous Anal-yst:
The Handy Scan:
The Cat (Or Matt) Scan:
The Legs Up Checkup:
It’s important to note that while the Cancer Sutra may be fun, it is definitely not advertising itself as legitimate medical advice. Nothing is a substitute for real medical care from a professional.