Tuesday, March 04, 2008


Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer Update
Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer
Press Release
Contact: Karen Malec, 847-421-4000
Date: March 3, 2008


"Both the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), a component of the NIH, have violated their mission statements....There is evidence of widespread fraud in connection with NIH-funded research....More alarmingly, NIH proved to be a corrupting influence (on scientists)...." -Angela Lanfranchi, MD, Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons

An article in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons on Saturday accused federal agencies and academicians of being impediments to women's rights to direct their healthcare. [1] The author, Angela Lanfranchi, MD, clinical assistant professor of surgery at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center, provided shocking examples to show they have suppressed information concerning the breast cancer risks of oral contraceptives and abortion.

Lanfranchi's examples include:

1) A study in the journal Nature documenting fraud among NIH grantees; [2]

2) Contradictory statements on the NCI's website about oral contraceptives as a cancer risk;

3) "Blatantly incorrect information" on the NCI's website saying that estrogen levels decrease during pregnancy, perhaps to avoid explaining why early first full term pregnancy reduces risk, but premature birth before 32 weeks and abortion raise risk;

4) Failure to admit during its 2003 workshop [3] that the premature birth-breast cancer link is explained by the same hormonal changes that account for an abortion-breast cancer (ABC) link;

5) An NCI workshop leader who told CancerPage.com that she didn't want the ABC link to be included in the discussion of abortion's legality;

6) NCI directors who misled a reporter and a New Jersey State Senator;

7) A medical text that omits early full-term pregnancy as a means of prevention because having more than two children per woman is bad for the ecology; and

8) Breast cancer groups with political influence whose leaders have a conflict of interest through because of strong connections to the abortion industry.

"It's time to stop this con job and tell women the truth about these risk factors for breast cancer," demanded Karen Malec, president of the Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer.

The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer is an international women's organization founded to protect the health and save the lives of women by educating and providing information on abortion as a risk factor for breast cancer.


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More Planed Parenthood Depravity

Article published Mar 3, 2008

Free condoms in businesses part of new Planned Parenthood marketing campaign
By Cari Merrill

Local bars participating in a Planned Parenthood marketing campaign by allowing safe sex literature and condoms to circulate around their establishments said they’re doing their part to promote safe sex.

But one restaurant and bar manager was “shocked” when she found out that material was distributed in her bar without prior approval. And some of the target audience questions the campaign’s effectiveness.

Coasters and business cards with safe sex tips and Planned Parenthood resources as well as free condoms circulated around the Old Town Old Chicago bar the night of Jan. 25. Manager Joanna Hennessy learned about that night on Monday morning and was upset that it wasn’t approved first.

“That is not something we do. I would have heard about it,” she said Monday morning.

Hennessy approves of the Planned Parenthood organization but doesn’t think its materials belong in a place of business. “It’s kind of disconcerting. We’re an eating and pizza establishment. We don’t want to bombard our guests when they’re out enjoying their dinners.”

The information and condoms are part of a relatively new marketing campaign by Planned Parenthood, said Katie Groke Ellis, public affairs coordinator for Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. Volunteers travel to different bars and disseminate the information with business’ approval.

Old Chicago was not on the list of places to hand out information Jan. 25 but Groke Ellis said volunteers stopped in for dinner, a bartender was interested in the information and it was passed around the bar. Groke Ellis has heard no complaints from the restaurant, but Hennessy said Monday morning was the first she had heard about the distribution.

For more see Tuesday’s Coloradoan and Coloradoan.com