One of the rallying cries for Comprehensive Sex Ed is the students need “medically accurate” information, and who better to give that to kids than Planned Parenthood.
We march because after 100 yrs the still too revolutionary idea that ppl need access to care, repro rights, + sex ed is under attack. https://t.co/YXvF59CWvc
— Planned Parenthood Arizona, Inc. (@PPArizona) January 19, 2017
At the same time Planned Parenthood tells us their information is medically accurate, they’ve been caught with their hands in Susan G. Komen’s cookie jar. Komen is a non-profit that funds breast cancer research. The problem is the financial relationship between Komen and Planned Parenthood. While it seems natural that the Komen Foundation wants to help women, it is a mystery why they would send money to an organization whose services actually promote breast cancer.
Over the years, studies have shown a correlation between abortion and breast cancer and the birth control pill and breast cancer. In fact, the pill is considered a Class 1 carcinogen. Unfortunately, both Planned Parenthood and private practice doctors rush to prescribe birth control pills to teenagers for a myriad of reasons described as health-related.
It is a mystery why private practice doctors continue prescribing the pill for young, healthy women. Perhaps they don’t want to admit they’ve made a mistake over the years. Planned Parenthood, funded by the government and propped up by celebrities, uses every means available to enter women’s and children’s lives, only to secretly increase their cancer risk.
The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute is a non-profit which exists to educate women on their risks of breast cancer and what factors they can change in their lives to lower the risks. Two factors which increase breast cancer in women is the use of birth control pills and elective abortions. Both are regularly supplied at your neighborhood Planned Parenthood.
Here is a brief explanation of the research BCP Institute has accumulated regarding the abortion/breast cancer risk. The details can be found on their website.
And here is a chart Breast Cancer Prevention Institute has put together. This would be a great addition to “medically accurate” sex ed as it covers many factors that increase or decrease breast cancer risk.
It is possible young girls and adult women would still choose birth control pills and abortions, even with this information. But at least they would be making an informed choice. Also, knowledge of these risks means women may need a baseline mammogram earlier than the 40-45 year range that is the norm now. It’s only fair to the students to let them know all the medically accurate facts, not just what is convenient for Planned Parenthood.