April 13, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Following a massive media backlash, Susan G. Komen for the Cure has apparently backed down, and will resume funding for at least 17 branches of Planned Parenthood, the Washington Post reported Thursday.
Earlier this year Komen, the nation’s leading breast cancer charity organization, had pulled the funding due to Planned Parenthood’s being under federal investigation, and the fact that the family planning group does not offer direct cancer screening services such as mammograms, but only refers patients elsewhere.
My comment: Also, Komen has never ever, as far as I know, admitted that contraceptive/abortifacient pills pushed by PP, taken by women for say, five years before their first pregnancy, risk breast cancer infinitely more than a woman who does not take such contraceptive/abortifacient pills. This is supreme hypocrisy, is it not? But “studies” say different, you say?
Sure, every time there is a major double-blind study which proves beyond any doubt that chemical contraceptives/abortifacients almost ensure that a woman will get breast cancer if she’s taken these for about five years before her first pregnancy, the pro-aborts fund another “study” and publish those results in a highly trumpeted fashion, not telling you that they exclude from the “study” women who take chemical contraceptives/abortifacients for about five years before their first pregnancy. Intellectually dishonest and murderous of women, you say? Yep. But hey, it ensures that Komen admins will keep a job, right?
When I mentioned this to a huge Komen foundation supporter, he answered in a way I’ve already reported here on this blog, that the reason people should have abortions is because priests are celibate and don’t have children. Talk about spittle-flecked rebellion against life…