Dublin Conference confirms link between abortion and increased risk of breast cancer. Also harm to women's mental health.
The Conference that the pro-abortion lobby did not want to take place!
|On Saturday September 30th Ask Majella & Human life International Ireland hosted a conference on the negative health consequences of abortion on women's lives.|
To bring attention to these issues we specially arranged to have with us two renowned experts on the link between abortion and increased incidence of breast cancer and the harmful consequence of abortion to a woman's mental health.
The conference was originally planned for another Dublin hotel but due to intimidation from pro-abortion activists the hotel cancelled the booking. The hotel's decision to cancel caused quite a furore and garnered much media attention. The Irish Independent article was pretty fair and the online version generated hundreds of comments the majority of them sympathetic to the prolife viewpoint.
|Numerous phone calls and 25 hotels later the Spencer Hotel kindly agreed to host this important conference. As it turned out a "pro-choice" i.e. pro-abortion demonstration was planned for the same day in Dublin.|
Priscilla Coleman is the Professor of Human Development and Family Studies in Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Her most recent paper published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, drawing on data from over 800,000 participants, it is the largest study in the world on the mental health effects of abortion.
Professor Priscilla Coleman discusses abortion and women's mental and relational health.
Dr. Angela Lanfranchi's opening talk in which she gives the background to the abortion breast cancer risk connection.
Professor Priscilla Coleman rebuts the claim that abortion is safer than childbirth.
Dr. Angela Lanfranchi's second talk providing more evidence from studies.
Kate Meenagh and Dr. Rita O'Connor discuss the work of Ask Majella.
Amy's touching testimony of abortion after rape.
Promotional video of this conference.