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SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 30 (LSN) – Lesbians appear to be at a higher risk for developing breast cancer than normal women reveals a new scientific report from the San Francisco-based Gay and Lesbian Medical Association (GLMA), reported on by Reuters. “More research still needs to be done, but the results of this study indicate that there are significant differences between the two groups of women,” said a GLMA press release.  All women are still waiting for the mainstream medical community to start taking seriously the growing number of international scientific studies which show a strong correlation between induced abortion and breast cancer. According to the available research, women who have procured an abortion have as much as a 30% increased chance of developing breast cancer.  The study written up in the September edition of the Journal of the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association which should go on line in the coming weeks at:  https://www.glma.org/j.html

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