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Breaking: New bombshell analysis of 36 Chinese studies shows abortion increases breast cancer risk by 44%

breakingGuest post by Joel Brind, Ph.D.

“China is on the cusp of a breast cancer epidemic,” acknowledged a prestigious group of American epidemiologists in 2008 in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

Studiously avoiding the “A-word” the JNCI group blamed the emerging epidemic on “shifting reproductive trends” among “risk factors associated with economic development [that] are largely unavoidable.”

That’s because NCI still officially denies the reality of the abortion-breast cancer link.

But a new systematic review and meta-analysis of abortion and breast cancer in China was just published last week in the prestigious, peer-reviewed international cancer journal, Cancer Causes and Control, dealing the great wall of denial a serious blow.

Pro-life blog buzz 8-20-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • Culture Campaign notes another Planned Parenthood closing – this time in New Jersey. With no fanfare or explanation, the facility in Manville closed. The clinic had come under fire in the past through Live Action stings.

Pro-life news brief 7-11-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • At National Review, Michael J. New discusses an increase in pro-life sentiment:

    Three separate surveys by Rasmussen, Gallup, and NBC/Wall Street Journal show that support for the pro-life position has increased anywhere from four to eight percentage points since January.

  • PoiltiFact Ohio gives Rachel Maddow a “pants on fire” rating for her recent comments about a pro-life ultrasound law in Ohio:

    In interpreting some of the budget’s more-ambiguous abortion language, Maddow contended that the new regulations included a “mandatory vaginal probe at the insistence of the state.”…

    In other words, not only are external methods such as transabdominal ultrasounds allowed under the new law; they are required. That sinks Maddow’s claim of a “mandatory vaginal probe.”

    We reached out to MSNBC and asked representatives if Maddow had anything more to say, but we did not hear back from them.

Pro-life news brief 5-3-13

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • AZ Central covers Live Action’s sting of The Family Planning Associates Medical Group and got a statement from the abortion clinic:

    The Family Planning Associates Medical Group’s e-mail said: “The individuals in the video were never in the position to provide direct medical care to patients undergoing second trimester abortions and no longer counsel patients at our clinic. Family Planning Associates Medical Group strictly adheres to all applicable state and federal laws regarding the delivery of abortion care.”This seems to claim that abortionist Laura Mercer wasn’t going to commit the late-term abortion and was just there to read the state-mandated law.

Pro-life blog buzz 3-1-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • Live Action comments on the recent Al Jazeera appearance of Lila Rose, who was the sole representative of the pro-life cause on the program. Rose was pitted against several abortion supporters, including Katie Stack (formerly of MTV’s “No Easy Decision”), who is now employed as a clinic escort yet seems to be both struggling with and seeking to justify her past abortion:

Basketball CEO sued for breaking promises to girlfriend after abortion

A New Jersey appeals court has ruled that a woman who dated [Brooklyn] Nets CEO Brett Yormark (pictured right) can’t sue him after she had an abortion. Reyna Purcell claims Yormark promised to stay in their relationship and take her on vacation if she ended her pregnancy. Purcell claims she wanted to keep the baby. […]

Pro-life news brief 9-4-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat

  • In the Weekly Standard, Meghan Clyne discusses the “War on Women” rhetoric:

    In the meantime, a perceptive observer may notice a curious thing about this “war on women.” It is based entirely on one set of policies: those pertaining to women’s reproductive systems. By the Democrats’ logic, to oppose abortion on demand and taxpayer-funded contraception is to be “anti-woman.” Womanhood is thus defined by the desire for unrestricted abortion and free birth control; women themselves are reducible to ovaries.

    It was once permissible in American politics to view women as incapable of concerns beyond childbearing but not in this century. And in addition to insulting women’s intelligence, this approach may well backfire. American women are active, thoughtful citizens; their political concerns are focused on the future of their nation, not the cheapest and easiest way to shut down their reproductive tracts.

Life Links 3-8-12

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The amended Virginia ultrasound bill has been signed by Gov. Bob McDonnell. Unsurprisingly, the AParticle about the law has this mischaracterization:The measure initially had sought to mandate a vaginally invasive form of an ultrasound, triggering a national uproar that resounded across political talk shows and TV comedy shows…. […]


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