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How Deeply Flawed Studies on Abortion and Breast Cancer Become Anti-Choice Fodder

Anti-choice people are using findings from a new study out of China to jump to the unwarranted conclusion that abortion causes an increased breast cancer risk. But the study’s methodology and data appear seriously flawed, with the results likely reflecting “recall bias.”

Anti-choice advocates are using findings from a new study out of China to jump to the unwarranted conclusion that abortion causes an increased breast cancer risk. But the study’s methodology and data appear seriously flawed, with the results likely reflecting “recall bias.”

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Global Roundup: Fighting Against Coercion and Reproductive Restrictions in Spain, China and Namibia

Weekly global roundup: Namibian High Court says forced sterilization violated women’s human rights; Spain is looking at tougher abortion restrictions; the world witnesses China’s one-child policy and a gruesome forced abortion; gender equity in New Zealand still not up to snuff.

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Roundup: Lawmakers Endorse Law Opposing Abortion

lawmakers changed the health bill to ensure it does not require funding for abortions; Abortions on the rise in China; India launching campaign to encourage later marriage.

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