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This thin profile harness lets more of you show through, for an exciting look and unrestricted feel. The simple thong style strap system goes around the waist, with a single thin strap running between the legs. The narrow leather strap supports the shining metal O-ring, and is placed just so, so you get stimulation with every thrust. The adjustable buckles ensure a tight fit on most any body type, and the metal O-ring will accept most flared base dildos up to 2 inches in diameter. The ring snaps into place, and can be swapped out with practically any size ring, letting you use whatever size dildo that tickles your fancy. The minimal coverage and versatile design makes for a truly exciting strap on harness. Measurements: waist adjustable from between 27.5 and 38 inches in circumference, straps measure 1.25 inches wide. Ring measures 2 inches in diameter. Material: leather, metal. Color: black. Note: fits dildos up to 2 inches in diameter, not included.

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Objective: Barrett’s oesophagus (BE) is a known precursor to oesophageal adenocarcinoma (OAC) but current clinical data have not been consolidated to address whether BE is the origin of all incident OAC, which would reinforce evidence for BE screening efforts. We aimed to answer whether all expected prevalent BE, diagnosed and undiagnosed, could account for all incident OACs in the US cancer registry data.

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