October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Respect Life month so I’m hoping to focus on at least the latter issue a few times throughout the month.
A few posts back I brought up the issue of Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure and their connection with Planned Parenthood. Today I read an article that reinforces what I said but in a much more articulate and resourceful manner: Breast Cancer Awareness: An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
If you get a chance to read the article, or at least skim it, you’ll learn about how a woman’s body is designed to protect itself from breast cancer through a full term pregnancy and exclusive and extended breastfeeding.
Some golden nuggets from the article:
“The risk of breast cancer in women having an abortion prior to a FFTP [first time full term pregnancy]ranges from 40% to 90% in most cases. In girls under the age of 18 with a family history of breast cancer, the risk becomes incalculably high.”
“It isn’t until the third trimester under the influence of the hormone human placental lactogen that the immature cells mature into cancer-resistant Type 3 and Type 4 cells.”
The article also points Dr. Louise Brinton’s sketchy science and lies that deny the possibility or existence of a causal link between abortion and breast cancer.
“Dr. Louise Brinton of the National Cancer Institute whose own research through the years has shown the link between abortion and breast cancer, and who convened a panel in 2003 to deny the validity of fifty years of research showing that link. The full story on Brinton’s duplicity is here.”
Aside from the abortion link, Nadal also makes sure to bring up the facts about Oral Contraceptives and their blatant possible ties to breast cancer risks.
“Were all of that not enough, Susan G. Komen for the Cure has been donating millions of dollars to Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions and OCs in the nation. Their claim is that PP provides mammograms (which aid in diagnostics but not the “Cure”). In funding PP, Komen is contributing to new cases of breast cancer, a fact they steadfastly refuse to acknowledge. The truth, however, is that PP dispenses OCs like candy. They encourage a lifestyle of delaying childbirth while pumping young girls and women full of the OCs that raise their risk of developing breast cancer.”
Those were just a few points, check out the full article when you get a chance.