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Abortion & Breast Cancer Follow-Up

Expanded Transcript Is there really a link between abortion and breast cancer? Responding dismissively to studies correlating abortion with breast cancer, the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists replied, “…women who have had an abortion or a miscarriage have the same risk of developing breast cancer … as women who have not.” But merging miscarriage

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Abortion & Breast Cancer

Radio Transcript Bob is 60, lying in hospital bed, after having one cancerous lung removed. He smoked for 40 years. Laura is 40; she too is lying in a hospital bed being treated for breast cancer. Medical researchers find correlations between certain diseases and certain behaviors. Like smoking and lung cancer, are there studies that

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State Coerced Quackery?

Expanded Transcript  The Illinois State legislature passed SB 1564 and the Republican governor Bruce Rauner signed it, amending the State’s ‘Health Care Right of Conscience Act.’ Paradoxically, the act designed to protect the conscience of medical practitioners changed, forcing them now to violate their conscience when it comes to one thing: Abortion. The law is

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Abortion Stats & Trends

Expanded Transcript New York remains the abortion capital of the U.S. with more abortions occurring on a per capita basis than any other state. Abortion is trending down for the seventh consecutive year. The 2015 data reveal that the number of abortions statewide hit another all-time low since abortion was legalized in 1970 (NY legalized

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The Morality of Abortion

Expanded Transcript Was legalizing abortion as the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court ruled morally correct? If it should be legal, to what extent should it be restricted by the States if at all as some like Texas have insisted? Should all medical providers be forced to participate in abortion by referring or providing it as the

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