If your husband gets testicular cancer, you'll probably get divorced, according to a study done by Norwegian researchers. And you're also more likely to get divorced if you get cervical cancer. The research compared divorce rates of 215,000 cancer survivors with those among couples free of cancer over a 17-year period. Testicular and cervical cancer seemed to lead to a higher chance of marriages breaking up, the study found. Researchers think this is because the diseases affect intimacy and decreased sexual activity. (Age was also a factor; younger couples were more likely to split than older couples.) Divorce rates were low among those in whom cancer had spread or was terminal — because, you know, death means you don't need find a good lawyer. [MSNBC]