What is the ABC Link? What does the ABC stand for? ABC stands for Abortion & Breast Cancer. Sadly, throughout the world many people are aware of breast cancer. People are encouraged to support Cancer charities, especially breast cancer charities. Understandably these charities are well supported and thousands if not millions of pounds or dollars or whatever the currency of any individual nation has, are raised for research.
However, what these charities are not telling anyone is that one of the major causes of breast cancer in women is having their first baby killed by abortion. See our pages on Abortion and Breast Cancer for a more in-depth explanation of the causes behind this.
It is bad enough that women are already feeling guilty about killing their unborn child by abortion, but the fact that they now possibly face the prospect of developing breast cancer which could have been avoided had they been told the truth prior to agreeing to go ahead with a termination of pregnancy is outrageous. Whilst babies are killed by abortion women will continue to develop breast cancer despite all the funding that goes into research.
Breast cancer is not necessarily genetic. If a woman has a secret abortion and still fails to tell her relatives should she contract breast cancer then it can be wrongly assumed that it is genetic. and all the females in the family then fear that they too will get breast cancer. If another member of the family does develop breast cancer, she too, may have had a secret abortion which could be the real cause, but unless women admit to having killed a baby by abortion, the deception continues and even more female family members live in fear. And while the medical profession and cancer charities continue to say there is no link between abortion and breast cancer the more women will continue to kill their unborn babies in ignorance of the future medical issues they may face.
Do the young women of the Republic of Ireland who recently voted to allow the killing of the unborn by abortion know of this danger they are putting themselves in or have the medical profession and cancer charities kept this from them? Would they really be celebrating if they knew?
Prevention is better than cure, especially when the ‘cure’ doesn’t work – chemotherapy, radiotherapy, drugs, mastectomy. Acknowledging the truth about what we have done to our unborn is a good start to really eliminating breast cancer.