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Spreading the truth that #Abortion has nothing to do with #WomensHealth

Spreading the truth that #Abortion has nothing to do with #WomensHealth

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: May 28, 2014 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 NEW YORK, NY — Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries are firing on all cylinders today as it takes part in a Twitterstorm on women’s health and abortion in developing countries. Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, is sending out Tweets from his account, @frfrankpavone, as are members of the Pastoral Team, including Youth Outreach Director Bryan Kemper, @bryankemper, and Dr. Alveda King, Director…

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Please Take This Survey and Help Distribute

Please Take This Survey and Help Distribute

I just took this survey by Dr. Coleman and would like you to take it too and help distribute it. See what was sent to me below. Publicize the surveys. Dr. Coleman has created two surveys: one for women who seriously considered abortion (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NRSWMHWAC) but chose life, and one for women who have had at least one abortion (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NRSAWMH). Please consider asking women you know who fit, or may fit, these categories to consider completing one of these surveys. Consider…

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Judge’s Decision Is Dangerous For Our Children

Judge’s Decision Is Dangerous For Our Children

As a mother and grandmother I shudder to consider the harm this will bring to young girls and subsequent grief to parents and loved ones. Many contraceptives like ELLA, the morning after pill, have side effects and possible outcomes including strokes, heart attacks, sterility, etc. USA Today is editorializing against a federal judge’s decision to require that “morning after” pills be made available over the counter to anyone of any age. In supporting the Obama administration’s original policy to require…

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Breast Cancer Among Young Women Almost Doubled From 1976 To 2009

Breast Cancer Among Young Women Almost Doubled From 1976 To 2009

By Monte Morin, Los Angeles Times February 26, 2013 Rebecca Johnson was 27 years old and had just graduated from medical school when she got the diagnosis: breast cancer. She thought she was a rare case, but then a few of her friends got it too. So did some friends of friends. Was it all just a coincidence, or was breast cancer becoming more common in younger women? “I really wondered,” said Johnson, now 44 and the director of the…

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Please Check Out This Important Film

Please Check Out This Important Film

FLUORIDEGATE An American Tragedy – a David Kennedy Film To learn more about this problem please visit www.powerandhealth.org and www.fluoridealert.org. Tell your friends about this informative film and get them to visit www.fluoridegate.org/the-film/ A Google search of “fluoride dangers’ can lead you to much more information. Like the abortion industry tries to keep the truth about abortion’s negative impact on our society, the fluoride lobby tries to keep the truth about fluoridation out of the consumer’s hands. The truth will…

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