Sounds like fiction.

19 Most Shocking X-Rays What’s the most embarrassing thing you could imagine doing with a can of condensed milk? Think about having to talk to a doctor to remove it from your rectum – because you trapped it there in a misguided stab at self-stimulation? Sounds like fiction, nonetheless it happened in true to life. CBS News has the X-ray to prove it . And it’s really not the only shocking X-ray out there. From screwdrivers in the skull to children impaled on car antennas or with pins caught within their throats, doctors come across some pretty amazing pictures.

The study included 129 children in Europe whose moms were diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy, as well as a control band of 129 children born to women without cancer. The children’s physical and mental wellness were assessed if they were 18 months and 3 years old. Among the young children whose mothers were diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy, 69 % were exposed to chemotherapy before birth, about 3 % to radiation therapy and 5.4 % to both chemotherapy and radiation. A small number were subjected to trastuzumab or interferon , while about 10 % were subjected to surgery alone. About 11 % of mothers with cancer did not receive treatment during pregnancy, according to the research presented Monday at the European Cancer Congress in Vienna, Austria.