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Scientific Review of 72 Epidemiological Studies Shows Abortion-Breast Cancer Link is Real


A scientific review conducted by Angela Lanfranchi, MD and Patrick Fagan, Ph.D. found that support for an abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link exists in current knowledge of breast physiology (as it is presented in standard medical texts), as well as epidemiological and experimental research.


The review, published in Issues in Law and Medicine, is entitled, "Breast cancer and induced abortion: A comprehensive review of breast development and pathophysiology, the epidemiologic literature, and proposal for creation of databanks to elucidate all breast cancer risk factors." 


Co-author Angela Lanfranchi is Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. Patrick Fagan is the Director of the Marriage and Religion Research Institute.

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Pro-choicers Prefer Not To Be Called Pro-choice?


Abortion advocates, who up until recently insisted we call them "pro-choicers" are now abandoning the term "pro-choice". 

Planned Parenthood and the abortion lobby are always looking for ways to make abortion seem accepted and normal. Now, according to the New York Times, they have realized that the term "pro-choice"  neither works nor makes any sense. 

It is interesting that the abortion lobby wants to use terms like "women's health", instead of "pro-choice". However, abortion has nothing to do with women's health. In fact, every abortion involves a perfectly healthy mom with a perfectly healthy baby and destroys the baby while jeopardizing the women's health.

Women's health is about mammograms (which Planned Parenthood doesn't do),  making sure women are eating healthy and taking care of themselves so they can take care of their families. Mental well-being, and other things that yes, deal with reproduction, but also deal with the impressive body and inner workings of being a woman. The "right" to end the life of her child doesn't encompass "women's health."