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Eck Claimed That Having An Abortion Increased A Woman’s Odds Of Getting Breast Cancer “Overwhelmingly.”

In testimony before the Judiciary Committee of the New Jersey Assembly in 2000, Eck said, “I’d like to tell you, just to bring this home, about a patient I met just last week. She’s 38 years old. As I obtained a family history, I found out that her aunt, a cousin, and a sister all developed breast cancer in their early 30s. My antennas went up, so I asked her, knowing about Joel Brind’s research, I asked her, have you ever had an abortion? She just looked down and she said, ‘Yes, I had an abortion. So did my sister.’ She was sad about the fact that she had the abortion 20 years later, and that’s just another issue. But to add to her fears, I had to sadly inform her that her chance of developing breast cancer is now overwhelming.” [New Jersey Assembly, Judiciary Committee, Alieta Eck Testimony, 10/16/00]

  • Eck Asserted That “The Striking Link Between Aborting The First Child And Early Breast Cancer Is Becoming More And More Clear To People Who Are Willing To Look At The Evidence.” In testimony before the Judiciary Committee of the New Jersey Assembly in 2000, Eck said, “The striking link between aborting the first child and early breast cancer is becoming more and more clear to people who are willing to look at the evidence.” [New Jersey Assembly, Judiciary Committee, Alieta Eck Testimony, 10/16/00]
  • Eck Claimed That “Nothing Can Be Done To Prevent Breast Cancer In These Women Who’ve Already Had The Abortion Of Their First Child.” In testimony before the Judiciary Committee of the New Jersey Assembly in 2000, Eck said, “In my practice, I meet a new patient at least once a month who falls into that category. Nothing can be done to prevent breast cancer in these women who’ve already had the abortion of their first child. We can just strive to detect it early.” [New Jersey Assembly, Judiciary Committee, Alieta Eck Testimony, 10/16/00]