Monthly Archives: November 2014

From Other Countries: Lots of Studies on the “ABC Link”

More countries (Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, to name a few) are studying the risks of higher rates of breast cancer due to abortions. Results are starting to emerge from recent studies in Turkey, Armenia, Iran, and Kazakhstan, too (BCPI Report, … Continue reading

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Communication Gap

On the radio yesterday Dr. Sanjay Gupta was heard to say that there are four areas in which a woman can work to reduce her risk of contracting breast cancer: diet, exercise, breastfeeding if she is a mother, and avoidance … Continue reading

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The World Wants to Eat!

Could the United States feed the world? World demand for food keeps growing, but agricultural productivity is not growing fast enough to meet this demand, according to the Global Harvest Initiative as reported in the November 7 issue of Texas … Continue reading

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Informed Consent: Breast Cancer Surgeon Has Written ‘the seminal article on abortion and breast cancer’*  

Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, MD, spent four years researching and writing an article that was published in the Spring 2014 Issues in Law & Medicine, a peer reviewed journal. In between taking care of her patients Dr. Lanfranchi collaborated with Dr. … Continue reading

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