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Monday, May 16, 2005

Abortion-breast cancer link covered up by scientists?

In 1957 Japan was the first to look into the link between breast cancer and abortion. They found women had a 3 fold higher probability of developing breast cancer if they had an abortion.

A study by Malcolm Pike and his colleagues at the University of Southern California showed 2.4 times higher.

The increase in estrogen and progesterone when suddenly ceased in abortion points to the cause. In spontaneous abortion it appears the body knows and the estrogen/progesterone levels aren't as elevated.

During the 1970's these same conclusions were drawn using animals in studies.
During the 1980s and 1990s, study after study in Japan, Europe and the U.S. continued to report significant increased breast cancer risk in women who had an induced abortion.
By 1994, six epidemiological studies out of seven in the United States, on women of both black and white ethnicity, had reported increased risk with induced abortion.

Then in 1994, Janet Daling and colleagues of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle published a study in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute showing a 50 percent increase in the risk of breast cancer among women who had chosen abortion. It also showed an increase of more than 100 percent for women who had an abortion prior to the age of 18 or after age 30. The risk was compounded for those who had family histories of breast cancer.

HOW did it come to be denied? Peer-reviewer Lynn Rosenburg. Her job as a P.R. is to write a synopsis that is understandable to the general public. Lynn Rosenburg goes beyond pro-choice, she is PRO ABORTION!
She misrepresented the studies, even going as far as calling them Biased!
In addition there were some flaws in other reports that misclassified woman who had breast cancer as NON ABORTIVE when in fact they had had them.

DENIAL seems to be the One thing that The media and self-serving interested parties have in common.
The fear of the end of their cash cow, thru abortion and cancer treatment may be the motivating factor, as seen in the quote from a scientist from The NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUITE,
"In short, a woman need not worry about the risk of breast cancer when facing
the difficult decision of whether to terminate a pregnancy."