A group of researchers in China published a meta-analysis (a study of studies that combines the results of many studies) of the association between induced abortion and the risk of breast cancer among Chinese females. They searched six databases (three English and three Chinese) for studies up to December 2012. The review included a total of 36 articles. Induced abortion “(IA) is significantly associated with an increased risk of breast cancer among Chinese females, and the risk of breast cancer increases as the number of IA increases. If IA were to be confirmed as a risk factor for breast cancer, high rates of IA in China may contribute to increasing breast cancer rates.” This means that women who had one induced abortion had a greater risk of having breast cancer than women who had no induced abortions, women with two induced abortions had greater risk than women with one, and women with three induced abortions had greater risk than women with two.
Joel Brind, PhD, called the Chinese meta-analysis “a real game changer. Not only does it validate the earlier findings from 1996, but its findings are even stronger, for several reasons….”
Dr. Brind, a biology professor at New York City’s Baruch College, published a review in the British Medical Association’s epidemiology journal with colleagues from Penn State Medical Center in 1996, reporting “an overall significant 30% increased risk of breast cancer in worldwide studies.” Many medical experts and researchers denied the possible link between the two for decades. Now the Chinese meta-analysis is claiming a connection also and shows an even stronger link between abortions and breast cancer, a significant 44%.
“Finally, the new Chinese meta-analysis follows on the heels of the recent decisions of the US 10th Circuit Court of Appeals which upheld the religious freedom rights of companies wanting to opt out of Obamacare, since Obamacare insurance funds contraceptive steroids and abortions. The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer and the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute filed amicus curiae briefs for these cases, briefs which were specifically cited in the 10th Circuit’s decision with respect to the cancer-causing effects of these steroid drugs (innocuously referred to as `the pill’, in common parlance). At least two of these cases have just been accepted by the US Supreme Court for review in their next session.”
This information tells us that our tax money, through Obamacare, may be used indirectly to cause breast cancer. I do not want my tax money used for abortions, and I definitely do not want to pay for cancer-causing abortions!