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    Abortion, breast cancer linked in UK

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 10:03 am

    This information has been out there for a while. How many studies and deaths from breast cancer do secularists need before governments and organizations like Planned Parenthood stop killing babies and their mothers?

    A British researcher tomorrow will present data from the UK that shows a connection between abortion and breast cancer in British women.

    According to the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer, British researcher Patrick Carroll, director of the Pensions and Population Research Institute in London, will present his findings at the Joint Statistical Meetings at the Minneapolis Convention Center – the largest gathering of statisticians in North America.

    Carroll’s research adds to a body of evidence showing women who have had one or more abortions – especially one prior to birthing their first child – are more susceptible to breast cancer.

    The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer reports Carroll’s research cites three British breast cancer trends.

    The first trend is that upper-class women are the most likely to develop breast cancer and die of the disease. For other cancers, lower social classes experience higher incidence and mortality rates. Abortion before a first birth and delayed first birth among upper class women provide the best explanations for this trend, Carroll says. . . . .

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