The abortion industry and their supporters, such as Susan G. Komen, love to deny the link between abortion and breast cancer because it puts their narrative, and their funding, at risk. But the truth will always find a way.

Studies indicating a link between abortion and breast cancer:

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VV, et al. Role of women’s reproductive status in the development of breast
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LA, et al. Reproductive factors in the etiology of breast cancer. Br J Cancer
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T, et al. Occurrence of breast cancer in relation to diet and reproductive
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C, et al. General epidemiology of breast cancer in northern Italy. Intl J of
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Zaridze
DG. (1988) in Andrieu N, Duffy SW, Rohan TE, Le MG, Luporsi E, Gerber M, Renaud
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Rosenberg
L, et al. Breast cancer in relation to the occurrence and the time of the
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et al. Early abortion and breast cancer risk among women under age 40. Intl J
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Laing AE,
et al. Breast cancer risk factors in African-American women: The Howard
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Andrieu
N, Clavel F, Gairard B, Piana L, Bremond A, Lansac J, Flamant R, Renaud R.
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1994;18(1):51-55.

Daling
JR, et al. Risk of breast cancer among young women: relationship to induced
abortion. J Natl Cancer Inst 86, no. 21 1994;1584-92.

Laing AE,
et al. Reproductive and lifestyle factors for breast cancer in African-American
women. Gent Epidemiol 1994;11:A300.

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et al. Breast cancer among young US women in relation to oral contraceptive
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Andrieu
N, Duffy SW, Rohan TE, Le MG, Luporsi E, Gerber M, Renaud R, Zaridze DG,
Lifanova Y, Day NE. Familial risk, abortion and their interactive effect on the
risk of breast cancer—a combined analysis of six case-control studies. Br J
Cancer 1995;72:744-751.

Bu L, et
al. Risk of breast cancer associated with induced abortion in a population at
low risk of breast cancer. Amer J Epidemiol 141 1995;S85.

Lipworth
L, et al. Abortion and the risk of breast cancer: a case-control study in
Greece. Intl J Cancer 61, no. 2 1995;181-4.

Rookus
MA, et al. Breast Cancer risk after an induced abortion, a Dutch case-control
study. Amer J Epidemiol 1995;141:S54 (abstract 214).

Daling
JR, Brinton LA, Voigt LF, et al. Risk of breast cancer among white women
following induced abortion. Amer J Epidemiol 1996;144:373-380.

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PA, et al. Pregnancy termination in relation to risk of breast cancer. J Amer
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MA, van Leeuwan FE. Induced abortion and risk for breast cancer: reporting
(recall) bias in a Dutch case-control study. J Natl Cancer Inst
1996;88:1759-1764.

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R, et al. The role of reproductive and menstrual factors in cancer of the
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al. Menstrual and reproductive factors and risk of breast cancer in
Asian-Americans. Br J Cancer 73, no. 5 1996:680-6.

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F. Risk factors for breast cancer in nulliparous women. Br J Cancer
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PM, et al. Adolescent reproductive events and subsequent breast cancer risk.
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D, et al. Induced abortion and breast cancer risk.Epidemiol 11, no.
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C, et al. The association between induced and spontaneous abortion and risk of
breast cancer in Slovenian women aged 25-54. Breast 2001;10:291-298.

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M, et al. Abortion history and breast cancer risk: Results from the Shangai
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Ye Z, et
al. Breast cancer in relation to induced abortions in a cohort of Chinese
women. Br J Cancer 87, no. 9. 2002:976.

Becher H,
Schmidt S, Chang-Claude J. Reproductive factors and familial predisposition for
breast cancer by age 50 years. A Case control family study for assessing main
effects and possible gene-environment interaction. Intl J Epidemiol 2003;32:38-50.

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M, Ursin G, Sullivan-Halley J, Bernstein L. Induced abortion, miscarriage, and
breast cancer risk of young women. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers & Prev
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Meeske K,
et al. Impact of reproductive factors and lactation on breast carcinomas in
situ. Intl J Cancer 2004 110:103-109.

Palmer
JR, et al. A prospective study of induced abortion and breast cancer in
African-American women. Cancer Causes & Control 15, no. 2 2004:105-11.

Rosenblatt
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cancers in Shanghai. Cancer Causes and Control 17, no. 10 2006:1275-1280.

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N, et al. The effect of abortion on the risk of breast cancer. Iranian study
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Ozmen V,
et al. Breast cancer risk factors in Turkish women—a University Hospital based
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Xing P,
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breast cancer in Northeast China. Medical Oncology 2009.

Khachatryan
L, et al. Influence of diabetes mellitus type 2 and prolonged estrogen exposure
on risk of breast cancer among women in Armenia. Health Care for Women Intl,
no. 32 2011:953-971.

Jiang AR,
et al. Abortions and breast cancer risk in premenopausal and postmenopausal
women in Jiangsu Province of China. Asian Pacific J Cancer Prev 2012;13:33-35.

Lecarpentier
J, et al. Variation in breast cancer risk associated with factors related to
pregnancies according to truncating mutation location, in the French National
BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations carrier cohort (GENEPSO). Breast Cancer Research
2012, 14:R99.

Yanhua,
C, et al. Reproductive Variables and Risk of Breast Malignant and Benign
Tumours in Yunnan Province, China. Asian Pacific J Cancer Prev 2012;13,
2179-2184.

Kamath R,
et al. A study on risk factors of breast cancer among patients attending the
tertiary care hospital in Udupi district. Indian J Community Med
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Jabeen S,
et al. Breast cancer and some epidemiological risk factors: A hospital based
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Huang,
Yubei, et. al. A meta-analysis of the association between induced abortion and
breast cancer risk among Chinese females. Cancer Causes Control. Cancer Causes
Control Accepted Nov 11, 2013.

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