Women have the right to know there are two breast cancer risks associated with abortion. All experts recognize first risk- that abortion denies women an opportunity to reduce their risk for breast cancer through childbearing. Scientists only debate the second risk - known as the "independent link."        Eight medical organizations and a bioethics journal recognize the independent link - that abortion leaves a woman with more cancer-vulnerable cells than she had before she became pregnant. An additional medical group, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, has called for "full disclosure" of a "highly plausible" relationship between abortion and the disease.        Overwhelming evidence of a cause-effect relationship is supported by... 1. A biological explanation which scientists have been unable to disprove and do not challenge. 2. A study on rats. 3. Epidemiological research.        Scientists began extensive research on the abortion-breast cancer link in 1957. Why didn’t the government and cancer fundraising businesses want women to know about the existence of this research? If they cared about women’s health, they would have revealed their research to the public.        According to the "Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer (1973-1998)," published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute in 2001, only the youngest of three generations - the Roe v. Wade generation - suffered a more than 40% increase in breast cancer cases since the mid-1980s. These were women young enough to have had access to legal abortions starting in 1973. The increase in breast cancer rates didn’t take place among women from the two older generations that couldn’t obtain legal abortions.        The U.S. National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention collaborated on the report. Two of the report’s authors had conducted earlier research showing that abortion increases breast cancer risk, but that research and the word "abortion" were omitted from the report. The report’s authors expressed no interest whatsoever in preventing breast cancer. [Howe et al. Jrnl Natl Cancer Inst (June 6, 2001) Vol. 93, No. 11, Figure 3]        Two American women have succeeded in prosecuting their medical malpractice lawsuits against abortion doctors, who failed to warn them about the risks of breast cancer and emotional damage. Neither of the women has yet developed breast cancer.        Post-abortive women are being deprived of a window of opportunity to adopt strategies to reduce their risk for breast cancer, seek early detection, and join clinical trials. They’re denying abortion-bound adolescents and young women their rights to make informed choices about their health care.

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Med. Jrnl.: Review shows recent prospective studies are seriously flawed. Article.

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Bioethics Journal: U.S. National Cancer Institute Covers Up Abortion-Cancer Link


Bioethics journal blasts journal Lancet, scientific community

“The corruption of science by ideology”

By Ed Furton, MA, Ph.D.

Ethics and Medics


Bioethics journal lists serious flaws in Lancet “review” article “The abortion-breast cancer link re-visited,” By Angela Lanfranchi Ethics and Medics


FACT SHEET… Abortion and  Breast Cancer: Re: “collaborative reanalysis of data” published in Lancet


Womens Group Accuses Lancet, Oxford

Scientists of Misrepresenting Abortion-Breast Cancer Research / Scientists Excluded Studies Reporting Large Risk Elevations


Abortion and Breast Cancer: Only fuzzy math can make the ABC link disappear By Joel Brind, Ph.D.


‘Rival’ Cancer Experts Clash in Medical Journal


National Cancer Institute And Scientific Misconduct


Abortion/Breast Cancer Risk Graphs


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Bioethics Journal Accuses Lancet, Scientific Community of Corrupting Science


(In November 2004, the bioethics journal, Ethics and Medics, published a critique by Associate Professor of Surgery Angela Lanfranchi, MD, FACS. Lanfranchi severely criticized a widely reported review of the abortion-breast cancer research published in the British journal Lancet in March 2004. The Lancet article was authored by by Oxford scientists Valerie Beral and her colleagues. Lanfranchi's critique was published on the coalition's home page on November 20, 2004.)


The bioethics journal, Ethics and Medics, published a hard-hitting editorial in its December 2004 issue accusing the British journal Lancet and the scientific community of corrupting scientific research examining the abortion-breast cancer link. The editorial, "The corruption of science by ideology," was authored by Edward J. Furton, M.A., Ph.D.

Here are selected quotes from the editorial: (Click here for the entire editorial--PDF)




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During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer encourages women to send cancer groups the links to two You Tube videos that expose the cover-up of two breast cancer risks - abortion and hormonal contraceptives (containing estrogen and progestin). The videos reveal the cruel impact that the cover-up has had on women.

U.S. National Cancer Institute researcher Louise Brinton co-authored a study in 2009 by lead author Jessica Dolle. They reported significant risk increases for women with abortions and users of oral contraceptives. Video produced by Ken Houldsworth features Karly Houldsworth as narrator.

At least five women have successfully sued their abortionists for keeping them clueless about the risks of breast cancer and emotional harm.   Click here for the full press release



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The first video produced by Ignatius Productions, features, a victim of breast cancer, who states that abortion and hormonal contraceptive use at a young age destroyed her health.  She fights desperately to beat the disease so she can raise her children.

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Here is a superb video exposing the link between induced abortion and increased risk of premature birth in later pregnancies due to damage during the abortion procedure or infection. The Institute of Medicine and 134 studies link abortion with subsequent premature birth. It is settled science.