Vol. 12, No. 5 -- April 16, 2013
IN THIS ISSUE:
Part 3 of 4
Joel Brind, Ph.D.
This third of four articles on the abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link was written by Dr. Joel Brind, a professor of biology and endocrinology at Baruch College of the City University of New York. The next installment in this series will run in our next newsletter. See Part I and Part II.
When you compare the reproductive histories of breast cancer patients to healthy women (these are called “retrospective” data-based studies), the cancer patients will be more truthful about their past abortions than healthy women. If true, this would result in breast cancer falsely appearing to be more common among post-abortive than non-post-abortive women, thus incorrectly indicating an increased risk with abortion.
Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s capital murder trial continues
this week in a courtroom packed with worn, bloody furniture and outdated
equipment seized from his dilapidated abortion clinic, which has come to be
known as the “House of Horrors.” Gosnell is charged with seven counts of
first degree murder for killing newborn babies born alive after abortions by
snipping their spinal cords with scissors. He also faces one count of third
degree murder in the overdose death of a patient, Karnamaya Monger.
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