Dear New Hampshire

Your congress voted themselves both bad at math and reading comprehension.

The National Cancer Institute from the National Institute of Health says, “a late age at the time of birth of her first full-term baby” increases the chance of a woman having breast cancer. Mathematically, this is not the same as saying,”full-term pregnancy reduces a woman’s lifetime risk of breast cancer” as you state in your congressionally-mandated anti-abortion brochure. Full-term pregnancy earlier in life gives women normal odds at having breast cancer, not a reduced risk.

The NCI also says, “a woman’s chances of getting breast cancer increase as she gets older”, so why don’t you give all women mandated brochures on anti-aging techniques while you are at it?

And the NCI doesn’t list abortion as a risk factor. Actually, “They concluded that having an abortion or miscarriage does not increase a woman’s subsequent risk of developing breast cancer.”

Maybe you should spend more time on math education and less time trying to control women.


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