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Life Issues Television Series Starts Today on LifeSiteNews.com

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By Steve Jalsevac

February 6, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Recently, Niagara Region Right to Life contracted LifeSiteNews to host a series of on line, half hour videos of a television program on life issues produced by the Life Issues Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio. The series, with host Brad Mattes, has been praised for its high quality, compelling and accurate productions on these crucial matters.

Today, the series begins with "The Surprising Link", a convincing and moving investigation of the link between abortion and breast cancer.

Charnette Messe, a 35-year-old mother of two, was living the American dream until she learned she had breast cancer, and then the very next day, found out she was pregnant. Fighting for her life and that of her baby, Charnette wanted answers, and, now, she wants to tell other women the truth she discovered about the abortion she kept a secret for 15 years and why it may have caused her cancer.

Charnette MesseDr. Angela Lanfranchi, a New Jersey breast surgeon and co-founder of the Breast Cancer Prevention Institute, provides a medical explanation of why abortion is the single, most avoidable risk factor for breast cancer.

LifeSiteNews highly recommends this video to all its readers. We have no doubt that most viewers will be impressed and moved by the personal witness of Charnette Messe and impressed by the evidence presented by Dr. Lanfranchi and Breast Cancer Institute co-founder Dr. Joel Brind.

Readers are encouraged to tell others about the "The Surprising Link". The lives of many young women are at stake.

This first video is presented in three parts and in both Windows Media and Quicktime formats. Some viewers may find that one or other of the formats will function better in their particular browser.
 
** See "The Surprising Link" **
http://www.lifesitenews.com/video/facinglifeheadon/thesurprisinglink/index.html

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