Three McGill University Doctors Link Abortions to Cerebral Palsy Risk

To get a yawn from a premature birth medical expert, tell him/her that any previous medical treatment that raises premature birth risk, also elevates the future risk of the newborn baby having the brain injury that is Cerebral Palsy (CP). That is very established (over 50 years) news, and well known. In 2013, three (3) McGill University doctors, led by Dr. Ghislain Hardy, linked induced abortions (IAs) to significantly raised CP risk.[1, Hardy]; http://www.jogc.com/abstracts/full/201302_Obstetrics_5.pdf How? By finding that women in Quebec (Canada) with prior IAs have 1.45 times the risk of very preterm deliveries (under 32.0 weeks gestation) and about double the risk of extremely preterm births as Quebec women with zero prior induced abortions. Dr. Hardy et al., simply by finding significantly raised premature birth risk, CLEARLY IMPLIED future elevated risk of CEREBRAL PALSY was plausible. IF a study finds that high stress increases the risk that young men will start smoking cigarettes, that by itself without any explicit statement by the research authors, has shown a plausible link between high stress for young men and raised lung cancer risk (via starting smoking). Extremely premature (under 28 weeks gestation) newborn babies have 129 times the CP risk as do full-term newborn babies according to the 2008 ‘study of studies’ by Evelyn Himpens et al.[2, Himpens] The 2013 ‘Hardy’ study is not the only paper to report XPB (extremely preterm birth) risk due to prior induced abortions. The ‘Hardy’ study is the eleventh (11th) such study, with all 11 studies being listed at URL: http://justiceforkids.webs.com/chapter4140studies.htm [3, Rooney] Opposed to these 11 statistically significant studies are a grand total of...