Brease cancer is certainly a serious issue and a cancer for which we have, thanks be to God, several remedies. By no means am I suggesting we should ignore the issue.
That being said, there are two things I am saying:
- Breast cancer is not the most prevalent form of cancer, neither is it the most deadly. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer and colon cancer is the most deadly. Why are the campaigns to erradicate these cancers not nearly as prevalent nor nearly as financially supported and forced upon the public as that against breast cancer?
- We know that if a woman has an abortion or uses contraceptive drugs, her likelihood of contracting breast increases exponentially, yet these is never publicly addressed during Breast Cancer Awareness Month nor really admitted by the Susan G. Komen Foundation refuses to acknowledge this link.
The SGKF is a significant contributor to Planned Parenthood, the nation's leading provider of abortions and the leading dispenser of contraceptive drugs. By contributing to SGKF, you contribute to the problem you seek to solve.
This makes precious little sense to me. It's time to abide by a few simple principles.