PINK MONEY Organizations are the self-serving breast cancer groups, the left-wing media and other organizations that are denying the truth about the fatal link between abortion and breast cancer in order to comply with society's abortion agenda:
- The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation (SGK)
Many people, families and organizations around the world have been writing about the shocking financial relationship beween SGK and Planned Parenthood, the Abortion Death Machine.
The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation has been funding Planned Parenthood: ( in 2003 alone: $475,000 from 21 affiliate grants. See Eve Sanchez Silver's PINK MONEY: The Abortion-Breast Cancer LINK below.
- The National Cancer Institute (NCI)
The media and many breast cancer organizations rely on the National Cancer Institute's claim that "There is no link between Abortion and Breast cancer." However, it is clear that the Beral study relied upon by NCI is flawed and has been reliably discredited. (See the detailed review at The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute's web site below).
- The American Cancer Society (ACS)
The American Cancer Society has casually removed its reference linking abortion to breast cancer. Go to Coalition on Abortion-Breast Cancer 's site for details about this and many other abortion-breast cancer related news, below.
- 4 Cases have been successfully tried and won regarding the abortion-breast cancer link and the abortion clinics that neglected to inform patients about the dramatic associated breast cancer risk-increase of abortion. Get the latest from Karen Malec and The Coalition on Abortion-Breast Cancer, below.
- Is all this new to you? Get the detailed A-BC info at The Breast Cancer Prevention Institute's A-BC Fact Sheet.
Pink Money was founded by Eve Sanchez Silver, a founding member of the Susan G. Komen Foundation's National Hispanic Latina Advisory Council. Eve resigned from the Komen Foundation to protest their continuing financial support of Planned Parenthood, the largest provider of abortions in the nation.
Eve's personal testimony is available online, from when she gave her deposition to the Alaska State Review Board that was deciding what information should be included on Alaska's new informed consent website. I'll quote just a small part, but I strongly encourage you to read the whole thing:
I discovered the 3 cm tumor beneath my breast while standing in the shower. As a medical research analyst, I carefully considered my options and chose to have a lumpectomy with grossly wide margins.
Three years later, early in 2001, I was re-diagnosed. My cancer had returned. I took the aggressive path and had a bilateral mastectomy, with reconstruction and saline implants.
One breast was taken prophylactically: I considered the decision with dread, but made my decision with firm convictions: My paternal first cousin Shirley, whom I loved (and a year younger than I), and our grandmother, both died of breast cancer. My own mother a nine-year survivor now, was diagnosed with breast cancer seven years before me. I wanted it OUT. I was in New York City at Sloane Kettering Cancer Care Center recovering, until September 10, 2001, the day before the World Trade Towers fell.
My strong family breast cancer history, according to Dr. Janet Daling's study of American Women (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center, Seattle, Washington) raised my breast cancer risk by at least 270%. I have lost both breasts, my Grandmother and dear cousin to the disease, and walked through the disease with my mother, and twice alone.
In the process of breast reconstruction I learned to my distress that I was not a good candidate for nipple reconstruction. I was not expecting the level of personal sadness, which accompanied this news. I realized that it mattered to no one else, but it did matter to me at a very personal and intimate level: My sensuality, my sexual experience are forever altered.
There are flashing signs in the center of my soul which say:
ONGOING RECONSTRUCTION OF SPIRITUAL AND MENTAL ATTITUDES:
SELF-WORTH IN MIRROR MAY BE WORSE THAN IT APPEARS
Women deserve to know the fact that there is a breast cancer link, a physiological pathway between abortion and breast cancer, that leads to an empty legacy for women with a history of breast cancer in their families. Latina women and African American women have much more aggressive cancers and higher mortality rates. Someone said that emotion should not be a factor in these proceedings. He is not a woman, holding her first grandchild to her empty, salt-filled breast.
That much pain deserves compassion and respect, but we can't stop there. There must be justice ... not just for Eve, but also for countless other women who have been deceived and abused by the very organizations which are supposed to be protecting them. Certainly, many women would probably still abort, even after recieving all of the facts. They still deserve the facts.
In the name of autonomy and equality with men, women potentially: risk their lives, sacrifice their breasts, destroy their fertility, and damage their ability to bond with children.
Abortion doesn't make women equal with men. Men would never, ever tolerate it for ourselves. However, all too many of us are willing to pressure women into doing it for us....