Abortion and Breast Cancer

In 1996, the Brind quantitative meta-analysis of the extant induced abortion and breast cancer studies showed that there were 23 studies, 10 of which were statistically significant.

Since then, there has been no tabulation to include the studies after 1997. An unpublished review in 2003 showed that there were 40 studies which showed a positive association between induced abortion and breast cancer.
In 2004, the Beral “re-analysis” was purported to review the literature regarding the induced abortion breast cancer studies.

There were many articles in the popular press asserting that this study showed that “more accurate” prospective studies did not show a link between abortion and breast cancer.

Download the Full Article Here: Abortion-Breast Cancer – Endeavour Forum Feb 2012