Skip to comments.An Open Letter to World Magazine by Karen Malec, Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer, President
Posted on 01/14/2009 8:04:18 AM PST by Daniel T. Zanoza
A new article in World Magazine discussed the disturbing financial relationship between the breast cancer group, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and an organization that is the primary cause of the breast cancer epidemic in the U.S. - Planned Parenthood.
The author, Alisa Harris, correctly reported that basic medical textbooks acknowledge that full term pregnancies offer women a considerable reduction in breast cancer risk. Logically, that means that the woman who chooses not to have a baby (i.e. by having an abortion) has a higher breast cancer risk than does the one who has a baby. The loss of the protective effect of a full term pregnancy is the first of three ways that abortion is linked with increased breast cancer risk (known as the "ABC link").
Harris' story, however, included inaccuracies and omitted important facts. Eight medical organizations acknowledge that abortion ...
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I thought legalization was supposed to make abortion safe (not mention all of the deaths from botched legal abortions).
Abortion hurts women. The pro-aborts don’t want women to know that or it might hurt their rabid support of women killing their own babies.
The Devil is the first liar and the king of liars, he has a firm grasp on the hearts and minds of the pro-aborts. Pray for their souls, pray that the light of Christ will soften their hearts and enlighten their minds dulled by sin.
Good letter/article. World is pro-life, so it is disappointing they did not do a better job with their article. Hopefully this will be constructive for them and they will take this letter to heart.
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