Skip to comments.What Your Healthcare Professional Doesn't Know About Abortion Breast Cancer Link
Posted on 02/02/2014 11:42:13 PM PST by Pharmer1
Under normal circumstances, a competent educator would conclude that there is a possible link, but that so far the analysis of data is conflicting or inconclusive. Further study is warranted. If an educator were not invested in the ideology that at least one abortion is a necessary female rite of passage into the Pentagonal Order of the Gaia Green Sisterhood, health professionals would be advised to be alert to the possibility of abortion breast cancer linkage and await further results.
Well, a new meta analysis from China is out now, showing a stronger link between abortion and breast cancer......
(Excerpt) Read more at themorningafter.us ...
I just love some of the studies posted lately about the health risks of supplements, yet scientists won’t study the abortion-cancer link.
‘This example is supplied mostly to inform people that their health care professionals are often being educated by ideologues’...
Centuries ago it was the Church, now it is science. Evil goes where the power is. Between Government and science they today have us surrounded.
I thought the link between breast cancer and abortion is common knowledge by now.
Since you claim to have written this, what has caused you to excerpt it?
Please let me know if that is against the rules. The image was one reason to excerpt it. I wanted the main reference to be viewed.
They are studying it, and it's being published, and a number of major medical organizations and educational institutions are suppressing it. Of course it is of little to no interest to the mainstream media.
China is the biggest well of abortion related information, since they do so many of them there.
People who follow the prolife news know that Joel Brind has been hot on the trail of it for years. He's been suppressed.
I did a continuing education unit on natural products for breast cancer patients. No lie... the publication stated (as a "practice pearl") that the abortion/breast cancer association is an untrue medical RUMOR.
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Post the image here. Unless there is some other reason you've excerpted.
There was another reason to excerpt it.
Do the forum operators have a policy to assume all risks and inconveniences of publishing images covered by the nebulous "fair use" principles?
I was laboring under the delusion that excerpting and leaving out the image gave me a better chance of having the material accepted by moderators.
Should I stop submitting the things that I choose to put in my personal blog? I can divide material in that manner if putting stuff here that is also in my blog, is incorrect.
Oddly enough, I began exploring this place about 2 weeks ago, because another Free Republic member excerpted one of my blog posts at the site.
Excerpting your own blog can be seen as using Free Republic as an advertising tool to generate traffic for your blog.
There are some folks around here who take a rather dim view of that.
I had the idea that although another person put a blog post of mine in a main area, that I should not. I thought that putting them in the blogger area might be legal, because of the title, so there was an attempt to be polite.
After this convo started, I tried putting in all text to the blogger category, but leaving behind the images (and indicating this). That appeared to have been put up and removed, which is fine. I am somewhat afraid to post images that are not self created, despite ‘fair use’ in a big site, because it seems this would be more likely to draw complaints.
I will try to figure out the ways of the Free Republic, but it is rather labyrinthine for this tiny and aging brain. It seems best for now to eliminate the use of images because I rarely create them de novo.
Based on time constraints, I might have to submit scoops and material in a venue that is easier to understand, but this place does seem very interesting. Every place has its own etiquette and rules, and that is to be respected.
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