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Wednesday, January 14, 2004

Abortion Language Changed.

The Minnesota Department of Health said Monday it will modify language on its website that suggested abortion increases the risk of breast cancer.
The old language had said, "Findings from some studies have suggested there is an increased risk of breast cancer among women who had an abortion, while findings from other studies have suggested there is no increased risk." That will now be expanded to note that the National Cancer Institute released a consensus report last March finding no link between abortion and breast cancer, along with a minority report disagreeing with the findings. Links will be provided to each report.

That seems like a good compromise. The important thing is that women be made aware of the competing claims, and have ways to access additional information.

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