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Spring 2014:

Breast Cancer and Induced Abortion: A comprehensive review of breast development and pathophysiology, the epidemiologic literature, and proposal for creation of databanks to elucidate all breast cancer risk factors.

Angela E. Lanfranchi, MD, FACS, and Patrick Fagan, PhD.
Issues in Law & Medicine. V29, N1:3-133. Spring 2014.

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Rapid Responses submitted to BMJ.com by
Dr. Joel Brind and others refuting the findings of the following study:

Mortality among contraceptive pill users: cohort evidence from Royal College of General Practitioners’ Oral Contraception Study.

Philip C Hannaford, Lisa Iversen, Tatiana V Macfarlane, Alison M Elliott, Valerie Angus, and Amanda J Lee.
BMJ 2010; 340: c927

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Normal breast physiology: The reasons hormonal contraceptives and induced abortion increase breast-cancer risk.
Lanfranchi, Angela.
The Linacre Quarterly 76(3) 236-249. August 2009.

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The federal government and academic texts as barriers to informed consent.
Lanfranchi, Angela
J Amer Phys & Surg. V13,N1:12-15. Spring 2008.

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Scientific developments relating to the effect of abortion on risk of future breast cancer.
Brind, Joel
Testimony presented by Dr. Joel Brind to the Select Committee on Science and Technology of the United Kingdom Parliament.
August 2007.

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The breast physiology and the epidemiology of the abortion breast cancer link.
Lanfranchi, Angela
Imago Hominis. Band 12:Heft3:228-36. 2005.

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Induced abortion as an independent risk factor for breast cancer: a critical review of recent studies on prospective data.
Brind, Joel
J Amer Phys & Surg. V10,N4:105-10. Winter 2005.

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The abortion breast cancer link.
Lanfranchi, Angela
Assoc. for Interdisciplinary Research in Values and Social Change Research Bulletin, V18:No2:8 pgs. Spring 2005.

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The abortion-breast cancer link revisited.
Lanfranchi, Angela
Ethics & Medics. V29N11:1-4. November 2004.

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Abortion and Breast Cancer: Re: "collaborative reanalysis of data"
Lancet. 3/25/2004
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Review of Abortion-Breast Cancer link (ABC link) at National Cancer Institute (NCI) workshop on "Early Reproductive Events and Breast Cancer Risk,"
held Feb 24-26, 2003
May, 2003

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"Early Reproductive Events and Breast Cancer"
Minority Report submitted by Dr. Joel Brind
NCI workshop - Feb. 24-26, 2003

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The abortion-breast cancer link.
Lanfranchi, Angela
Ethics & Medics. V28,N1:1-4. January 2003.

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