Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Yet More Evidence of Abortion-Breast Cancer Connection

Having children early and avoiding abortion significantly reduces a woman's risk of breast cancer. Those are the unavoidable findings of a new study -- even if the researchers themselves subsequently fell on the sword of political correctness and denied the cancer-abortion link.

The study, published in the peer-reviewed medical journal, Taylor & Francis, demonstrated that delaying a first full-term pregnancy raises the breast cancer risk while giving birth resulted in a 64% reduced risk. The researchers succinctly summarized their findings -- “Any birth was protective. Each year delay in first pregnancy increased risk as did induced abortions.”

However, the researchers then conclude their remarks with a very strange turn; namely, by asking the reader to ignore the science just presented and dismiss any ideas that abortion and cancer are linked.

Bizarre? What else is new?

Dr. Joel Brind concluded that the researchers “did not -- and perhaps were not allowed to -- characterize their findings honestly in the politically correct atmosphere of the U.S. and Europe. The good news is that they were able to report their findings in a prominent peer-reviewed journal at all."

Here's more.