There are so many articles, studies and abstracts about the link between breast cancer and abortion it's mind-boggling. I have no doubt that those who advocate abortion rights for women are card-carrying members of the Women Haters Club. Here is some of what I've read:
New Study Pinpoints Oral Contraceptive-Breast Cancer Link (OCBC link); Resurrects Abortion-Breast Cancer Link (ABC link) By Joel Brind, Ph.D. "The real dramatic new finding was a strong association between TNBC [an aggressive, treatment-resistant strain of cancer] and OC (oral contraceptives) use; particularly among those whose first OC use was under age 18: odds ratio (OR) = 3.7, and those who had gone between 1 and 5 years since last use: OR = 4.2. (OR is a measure of relative risk. Hence, OR = 4.2 means a 320% risk increase over those who never used OCs). Importantly, this strong association with OC use did not appear for non-TNBC cancers, which were very weakly related (20% - 30% risk increase) to OC use."
The Breast Cancer Epidemic: Modeling and Forecasts Based on Abortion and Other Risk Factors by Patrick S. Carroll, M.A.: "Using national cancer registration data for female breast cancer incidence in eight European countries...for which there is also comprehensive data on abortion incidence, trends are examined and future trends predicted...induced abortion is found to be the best predictor." The conclusion: "The increase in breast cancer incidence appears to be best explained by an increase in abortion rates, especially nulliparous abortions, and lower fertility."
Abortion Boosts Breast Cancer Risk 193% Study Finds, Giving Birth Lowers It by Steven Ertelt: "Researchers in Iran have published the results of a new study showing women who have an abortion face a 193% increased risk of breast cancer. On the other hand, women who carry a pregnancy to term find a lowered breast cancer risk compared with women who have never been pregnant. The study folllows on the heels of new reports indicating Komen for the Cure gave $7.5 million to the Planned Parenthood abortion business in 2009. The findings were reported in the April 3, 2010 issue of Medical Oncology but are coming to the public's attention only now.
Komen for the Cure Donated $7.5M to Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz in 2009 by Steven Ertelt: The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation has long denied that abortion plays any role in elevating the risk for women of contracting the deadly disease. That's despite a wealth of research over decades showing an average increased risk of about 40 percent for women having abortions compared to those who carry their pregnancy to term.
Pray in reparation for the injuries to and deaths of women because of Abortion and Birth Control.
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