A Fatal Spore For The Fecund Lady (Abortion & Breast Cancer) - Poem by Daniel Partlow
A – B – C – D… or BC – AD
How many Lilly’s of Fecund Lady,
Have been trodden down to make her path?
1,2,3,4 … such an unpleasant math
By stamping out the earliest flowers
And prancing on for many hours
What has sown this carefree dancer?
There is a true but chilling answer.
She doesn’t know a fatal fungal-spore
Now spreads upon her garden floor.
In place and among the budding blooms
Indeed, a toxin bears these little ‘shrooms.
Up the rolling hills ‘les belle collines’
It moves around unheard-unseen.
A – B – C – D…or just BC – A/D
All the Lilly’s of the futilely fertile Lady
Have wilted down along this fatal path:
Of Abortion, Breast Cancer, and Death
The most recent studies:
In November 1994, a National Cancer Institute (NCI) study showed that if a woman had an abortion before age 18, the risk of Breast Cancer increased by 150 %.
A Howard University study in December 1993 confirms these findings but had a longer follow up. By the time the women who had an abortion reached the age of 50 the chance of breast cancer had increased by 370%.
Although over 70 studies conducted in Europe and North America confirm the link between abortion and breast cancer, pro-abortion forces continue to stifle this information, to the great disservice of women everywhere.
Despite modern insistance by some that there is no link, no one diputes the fact that the longer first childbirth is delayed, the higher the risk of breast cancer.
Here are several studies:
REAL STATISTICS: http: //www.etters.net/cancerTP.htm#1
MOST COMPREHENSIVE STUDY TO DATE:
ABORTION - BREAST CANCER:
ABORTION - BREAST CANCER FAQ
WHY THE SILENCE ABOUT ABORTION AND BREAST CANCER:
WORLD CONFERENCE ON BREAST CANCER:
References /More Information:
MORE ON THE ABORTION-BREAST CANCER LINK:
THE KOMEN-PLANNED PARENTHOOD LINK:
http: //www.onenewsnow.com/2007/03/pro-lifer_challenges _race_for_.php
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