Justice For Kids


   WALK the TALK Challenge for Hillary & Donald

          Brent Rooney (Vancouver, Canada)



     You, Donald Trump, & you, Hillary Clinton, assert that you

are in good physical shape. So, WALK the TALK:

At a reasonable pace for a fit 'seasoned citizen' walk

NONSTOP & UNASSISTED 25 blocks witnessed

by reporters*. [If SECURITY is of top concern, then

in an office with reporters as witnesses walk for

30 minutes nonstop at a reasonable pace on a treadmill;

in 1968 Senator Robert Kennedy was lax about security

& paid a deadly 'price' for that laxness.]


     Will Hillary C. take up the WALK the TALK challenge??? Is

the Pope a Methodist, are circles square, do frozen icebergs litter

the Sun's surface? Hillary C. would be lucky to walk 7 blocks

unassisted. If Donald T. takes up the challenge & walks 25 blocks

(or treadmill walks for 30 minutes), its a win for him with fitness

bragging rights.


WALK the TALK White House seekers.



* footnote – yes, city blocks are not all equal in length. So,

if Hillary C. & Donald T. want to tell the public how far their

WALK the TALK 'journey' was, they can use a pedometer.

Here is the first pedometer I saw on the internet, but undoubtedly

there are other pedometers on the market:




 [End of WALK the TALK text]



TOP 10 Pro-Life WebPages 

(A-J: No Numbers = No Ranking = No Complaints)

 A Keith Neely's video exposes Abortion-Preemie risk


B LifeNews website (General Pro-Life News Items)


C Dr. Martin McCaffrey's wonderful Abortion-Preemie article


D BCPI booklet exposes breast cancer risks


[ The Spanish version of this booklet at:

      http://bcpinstitute.org/booklet4-Spanish.htm ]

E Dr. Orient video exposes Ab-Breast-Cancer risk & abortion-preemie risk


F de Veber's exposure of wide ranging abortion risks


G Karen Malec's Abortion-Breast-Cancer website


H LifeSite News (General Pro-Life News Items)


I David Reardon's abortion facts website (Elliot Institute)


J Endeavour Forum website (Social Issues)



Honourable Mention (Not necessarily dedicated to Pro-Life topics):

K Journal of American Physicians & Surgeons publications


L Jim Agresti's Just Facts website


M Various 'conservative' topics (Andrew Schlafly's website)





http://justiceforkids.webs.com/chinesebreastcancer.htm    29 Nov. 2012

Breast Cancer Epidemic Sweeps China's Cities

          Government Doctors Reveal the Cause
           Brent Rooney (MSc), fullterm40@gmail.com

China has seen an alarming breast cancer rate jump for women under age
50.: http://biztechreport.com/story/1391-breast-cancer-setting-early-amongst-chinese-women
We  speculate  that  fundamental  changes in
reproductive patterns brought about by China's
one-child policy probably contributed most to
the incidence [breast cancer] in the middle-age
group [in Shanghai, China].” [1, Fan];[Abstract
URL: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19153831 ]
That quote was contained in a 2009 study in the respected medical
journal Breast Cancer Research & Treatment. Who are the authors?
All  but  the  second  author ( Ying Zheng) belong to: Breast Cancer
Institute,  Cancer  Hospital,  Department  of  Oncology,  Shanghai
Medical College, Institutes of Biomedical Science, Fudan University,
200032  Shanghai,  China. Second  author  Ying  Zheng  employer:
Shanghai  Municipal  Center  for  Disease  Control and  Prevention,
200336  Shanghai,  China. Every doctor in a hospital in China is an
employee of the government of China.
For most of the 20th century Asian women had very low breast
cancer risk compared to women in North America and Europe.
'Reproductive factors' explain most of this difference; Asian women
tended to have first births at young ages, did long term breast
feeding (1-2 years for just 1 infant common), and very often had at
least 2 or 3 children. Chinese researchers can not readily explain
the alarming rise in China's breast cancer rate over the last 25 years.
By 2021, 2.5 million women aged 35-49 in 2001 are expected
to have breast cancer. China is 'on the cusp of a breast cancer
epidemic' “;URL
http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/2027.42/79233/1/j.1466-7657.2009.00756.x.pdf .

In January1973 'abortion on demand' ( via the U.S. Supreme
Court 'Roe v Wade' decision ) became the 'law of the land'. That
same month ( January 1973 ) breast cancer research great Dr. Brian
MacMahon ( Harvard U.) and colleagues factually declared that the
only length of pregnancy that was breast cancer protective was a
full-term one: "Protection is exerted only by a full-term pregnancy.
Abortion and breast cancer risk were not associated in all study
areas; where a relationship was observed, abortion was associated
with increased, not decreased, risk..."[2, MacMahon]


There have been four studies with Chinese women as subjects

finding that women with prior induced abortions have significantly

higher breast cancer risk; URL: http://www.abortionbreastcancer.com/press_releases/120515/index.htm

The latest being the 2012 Jiang study that found that premenopausal

women in China with prior Induced Abortions (IAs) boost their rel-

ative breast cancer odds by 55%; URL http://www.apjcpcontrol.org/page/popup_paper_file_view.php?pno=MzMtMzUgMTIuMiZrY29kZT0yNzAxJmZubz0w&pgubun=ipno=MzMtMzUgMTIuMiZrY29kZT0yNzAxJmZubz0w&pgubun=i

[3, Jiang] Postmenopausal Chinese women with prior IAs have 82%

higher relative breast cancer odds.


Timing is right for the breast cancer 'surge' in women under 50

to be due, in large part, to induced abortions? China's 'one child

policy' went fully into effect in 1980. Between 1980 and December

2012 a large pool of Chinese women under 50 who have had IAs

has been created. China's abortion rate per 1,000 women is at least

double the the U.S. rate.


The most important reproductive factor in reducing breast cancer

risk is early age at first full-term birth (medical jargon: FFTP (First

Full-Term Pregnancy)). Who says? Nancy Krieger (Harvard U.) is a

medical researcher and absolutely 'pro-choice'. Nancy Krieger wrote:

Conversely, age at FFTP has emerged as the strongest [Breast

Cancer] protective factor ..”[4, Krieger] Consider 'Lin', a 20 year old

first time pregnant woman, whose unborn is a female. 'Lin' gets a

'sex selection abortion'. If 'Lin' has a second pregnancy at age 25 &

carries it to full-term, how much has her breast cancer risk increas-

ed relative to having had a full-term delivery at age 20? Answer:

19% higher relative breast cancer risk. What if, instead of age 25,

'Lin' carried a second pregnancy to term at age 30, how much risk

boost? Answer: 41% higher breast cancer risk compared to delivery

at age 20. Each one year delay in FFTP (First Full-Term Pregnancy)

raises relative breast cancer risk by 3.5% (compounded). That 3.5%

figure was published in a 1983 study that included great Harvard U.

researcher Dr. Brian MacMahon.[5, Trichopoulos]


What should the Chinese gov't do to avert a overwhelming catastrophe?


When you have dug yourself into a deep hole, what should you
do? STOP DIGGING is the first step!! The many tens of millions of
abortions undergone by women in China can not be undone; why
force more women to have abortions? It is in China's interest to end
its cancer-friendly one-child-policy very soon. The Chinese gov't
can correctly state that it was not warned about the ABC ( Abortion-
Breast-Cancer) risk by Chinese doctors. The most common abortion
procedure, 'suction' ( vacuum aspiration) abortion, was devised by
Chinese doctors and announced in the Chinese Journal of Obstetrics
& Gynaecology in 1958; a 2008 translation of that 1958 study was
done by the British Medical Journal; URL: http://www.issues4life.org/pdfs/iariskptb002.pdf . The researchers (both
with a family name of Wu ) did not first test 'suction' abortion on
animals and they did not follow-up to monitor breast cancer inci-
dence in these women.


What can women individually do to cut breast cancer risk?


The following booklet contains key information on how to slash

breast cancer risk: http://bcpinstitute.org/booklet4.htm . The authors

are breast cancer surgeon Dr. Angela Lanfranchi and professor Joel

Brind ( PhD ) who is a breast cancer expert. The booklet has been

translated into Spanish: http://bcpinstitute.org/booklet4-Spanish.htm .

It is possible that this booklet will be translated into Chinese (Canton-

ese or Mandarin) in the future.


Young women in China undergoing abortions are the 'Cancer

canaries in the mine shaft'. Let the alarming Chinese escalation in

breast cancer rate be a health warning to leaders in China & all other

countries. Women in China over age 49 with prior IAs will also see a

very alarming breast cancer rate increase, since ~~80% of breast

cancer cases occur after age 49.



Brent Rooney (MSc)

Research Director, Reduce Preterm Risk Coalition

3456 Dunbar St. (Suite 146) Vancouver, Canada V6S 2C2

email: fullterm40@gmail.com

web: http://www.justiceforkids.webs.com/



1 Lei Fan, Ying Zheng, Ke-Da Yu, Guang-Yu Liu, Jiong Wu, et al.

Breast cancer in a transitional society over 18 years: trends and

present status in Shanghai, China. Breast Cancer Research &

Treatment 2009;117 (2):409-416 [URL:

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19153831 ]

2 MacMahon B, Cole P, Brown J. Etiology of human breast cancer:
A review. J National Cancer Institute 1973:50:21-42
3 Jiang A-P, Gao C-M, Ding J-H, Li S-P, Liu Y-T et al. Abortions and
Breast Cancer in Premenopausal and Postmenopausal Women in
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4 Krieger N, Exposure, susceptibility, and breast cancer risk: A
hypothesis regarding exogenous carcinogens, breast tissue development
and social gradients, including black/white differences in breast
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5 Trichopoulos D, Hsieh C-C, MacMahon B, Lin T-M, Lowe CR,
et al. Age at any birth and breast cancer risk. International J Cancer
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6 Rooney B, Calhoun BC, Roche L. Does induced abortion account for racial

disparity in preterm births, and violate the Nuremberg Code? Journal of American

Physicians & Surgeons 2008;13:102-104. [URL:

http://www.jpands.org/vol13no4/rooney.pdf ]