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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

More Data on Abortion/Breast Cancer Link

With all attention focused on raising money this month for liberal groups “to find a cure”, Karen Malec of the Abortion/Breast Cancer continues her campaign to share the truth.

Her organization issued a national press release yesterday pointing to yet more scientific evidence demonstrating a linkage. The Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons published a study this week entitled, “The Breast Cancer Epidemic”.

The study, by Patrick Carroll, showed that countries with higher abortion rates, such as England and Wales, could expect a substantial increase in breast cancer incidence. He also found that higher income women in those nations suffered inordinately from breast cancer. Carroll suggests that higher abortion rates among this class of women – combined with a strong tendency to delay first pregnancies – might explain the disproportionate breast cancer rates.

Abortions before the birth of a first child are thought by many medical researchers and physicians to be highly carcinogenic.

“It is time for scientists to admit publicly what they already acknowledge privately among themselves – that abortion raises breast cancer risks ….” said Malec.

To see the extensive study yourself:

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