Abortion-Breast Cancer Speaker Travels Through Australia, New Zealand

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Oct 7, 2005   |   9:00AM   |   WASHINGTON, DC

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by Steven Ertelt
LifeNews.com Editor
October 7, 2005

Sydney, Australia (LifeNews.com) — Enthusiastic listeners, including Aboriginal Leaders, nationwide throughout Australia and New Zealand, responded positively to international speaker Eve Sanchez Silver, Executive Director of CLResearch.

A medical research analyst and two-time abortion/breast cancer survivor, Silver explained in easy to follow lay terms, the well-characterized facts about the breast, the only organ that dramatically changes and matures over a woman’s lifetime. Abortion interrupts these natural changes, a factor that radically increases breast cancer risk.

"Many in my audiences were men. Men are often characterized by radical anti-male feminists as hateful towards women, the exact opposite is true of the many men joining forces world-wide against the tragedies evoked by abortion and the disparity of true information regarding abortion-breast cancer link facts," said Silver.

"In truth, many men are finally able to speak out about their personal tragedies brought on by abortion," Silver said.

"The results of Post-Traumatic Stress disorders are often delayed for years. The post-abortion trauma of men of the Roe v. Wade era are only now beginning surface. Peer to peer organizations designed to support these men, like ProLifeJoes.com, are popping up at last." Men are climbing on board their own pro-life political platform now. Their concern for their loved-ones, daughters and moms moving them to speak up at last," says Silver.

Widely well received, Silver was inundated by tremendously positive feedback. She was asked to deliver an additional lecture during one conference.

Among other speakers at Silver’s various venues were Author Melinda Tankard Reist, Dr. Miriam Duggan AIDS expert from Uganda and Dr. Clem Persaud, who lectured on the success of cord blood and adult stem cells as opposed to the horrible failures of embryonic stem cells. Silver addressed members of Parliament in New South Wales and in the Australian capitol city of Canberra.

Silver had great success through radio and TV spots. Australian journalist Angela Shananhan wrote a fine article in the Australian Sunday Telegraph.

Endeavour Forum a pro-family organization sponsored Eve Sanchez Silver’s lecture tour which included several international conferences: The International Voice for Life Conference, The International Family Life Conference and The International Festival of Light Conference.

"My time in Australia and New Zealand proved that reporting bias in the US and other nations cannot keep the serious, peer-reviewed facts of the abortion-breast cancer link under wraps. Five medical groups have affirmed the truth that abortion increases breast cancer risk. The media and abortion-supporting breast cancer organizations have refused to pass these facts on to the woman on the street. But the woman on the street is smarter than they think. She is beginning to sue for her right to abortion-breast cancer information and to litigate because of premature births caused by the abortion-breast cancer link. She is beginning to win and be heard," says Silver.

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