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Pepto Pink Ribbons Can't Sugar Coat Deadly Connection

Why aren’t women being told about the abortion-breast cancer link?

Contact:  Leslie Hanks, Colorado Right to Life, 720-394-8946

DENVER, Sept. 25 /Christian Newswire/ -- Pink ribbons currently decorate the trees surrounding the Cherry Creek Mall promoting the October 8, 2006 Race for the Cure.

Despite the festive look, the campaign can’t sugar coat the deadly correlation between abortion and breast cancer, its deadly physiological pathway discovered in 1980 by Drs. Russo and Russo, and  substantiated by peer reviewed and published research for years. Publishing the facts are The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute (www.bcpinstitute.org) and The Coalition on Abortion/Breast Cancer (www.abortionbreastcancer.com).

Medical Research Analyst Eve Sanchez Silver, resigned from a Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation Advisory Council over SGK’s funding of Planned Parenthood. Silver is Executive Director of Clear Research and a two time abortion/breast cancer survivor.  She will talk about the the reason she left the Komen Foundation, and the verifiable physiological a-bc pathway. Silver will also discuss her personal experience with abortion and breast cancer. Silver will address the Colorado Right to Life annual Light on Life Banquet on September 30, 2006 at the Doubletree Denver Tech Center at 6:30 P.M.

Ms Silver has a special interest in the abortion/breast cancer information disparity affecting all women. As a researcher, Silver designed a post surgical tool for women with breast cancer. She is a science editor and published member of the American Medical Writer’s Association.  She has partnered with the Department of Defense Army Materiel Breast Cancer Program, National Institute of  Environmental Health Sciences, The National Breast Cancer and Environment Research Centers, among others.

Ms Silver is a former charter member of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s National Hispanic Latina Advisory Council, and of The Inter-Cultural Career Council, which advises the government on cancer issues.

For tickets and further information, contact Colorado Right to Life at 303-753-9394.