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Old 02-20-2012, 02:07 PM
 
Location: The Other California
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No it quote mines which is different from citing. Citing actually tells you the study or article it's referring to. Quote mining takes an out of context quote in which to try to prove a point with it.
Why are you people are so lazy? Nevermind.

i WHO—IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, August , 2010.

ii Surveillance Epidemology and End Results; National Cancer Institute

iii Ibid. Kahlenborn, “Oral contraceptive Use-as a risk factor or premenopausal breast cancer: a meta-analysis,” May Clinic proceedings 2006, pp. 1290-1320, 2006. The Pill may increase Breast Cancer risk in African American Women | Health | Change.org

iv Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. She is a breast surgical oncologist, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. Dr. Lanfranchi was named a 2010 Castle Connolly NY Metro Area “Top Doc” in breast surgery. She co-founded the non-profit Breast Cancer Prevention Institute to educate lay and medical groups about breast cancer prevention. She has traveled nationally and internationally speaking about breast cancer prevention.

v 404 Not Found Nutritional factors in relation to endometrial cancer: A report from a population-based case-control study in Shanghai, China

vii Could foods prevent ovarian cancer? – Health – Diet and nutrition – Nutrition Notes – msnbc.com

viii Breast Cancer Prevention Institute

ix Ibid.

x Ibid.

xi Ibid.

xii LifeSite News.com; “Surgeon: Birth Control Pill a Molotov Cocktail for Breast Cancer.” by Kathleen Gilbert The MERCK Manuals on-line Medical Library; Contraception. Kuhar, “Infant Homicides through Contraceptives,’ International Pharmacists for Life 5th edition, 2003

xiii The MERCK Manuals on-line Medical Library; Contraception

xiv US Census Bureau 2005

xv Dr. Robert Lerner, University of Chicago, “National Survey of Family Growth,” U.S. Government’s National Center for Health Statistics and “General Social Survey,” National Opinion Research Center, 2000. Physicians for Life, 2007.

xvi Breast Cancer Prevention Institute
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:08 PM
 
Location: Great State of Texas
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Do doctors still recommend that women be on the pill for only 5 years ?
With sex starting at younger ages those 5 years could be up by the time a girl is 18. THEN what does she do ?
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:09 PM
 
Location: Virginia Beach
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Oh, that's hilarious. If I were as cynical about physicians as you are about Catholics, I would point out that physicians have serious financial and economic interests in both big pharma profits and in maintaining the sexual revolution. Both of these work to their advantage.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:09 PM
 
Location: North America
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Oh, that's hilarious. If I were as cynical about physicians as you are about Catholics, I would point out that physicians have serious financial and economic interests in both big pharma profits and in maintaining the sexual revolution. Both of these work to their advantage.

But that wouldn't be fair, now, would it? It is certainly possible for a physician to be scientifically objective, just as it is for a Catholic.

We Catholics get bombarded with pro-contraception propaganda constantly. It's everywhere you turn in this society. We've been soaking in it since middle school. By contrast, your side never has to confront facts or arguments that might challenge your worldview. Even when given the opportunity, you refuse. Time to realize that Catholics aren't the only ones with dogma on this subject.

All groups of people can show bias so i don't ever only look at one view, rather i look at multiple ones. My sister gives me advice as a sister, and given she has no vested interest in birth control, even for people not related to her i listen to her. Every time you take a drug there is a risk, and it is possible some due increase the risk of cancer. However using an unscientific religious site, that engages in quote mining is not going to get me to read it.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:09 PM
 
Location: The Chatterdome in La La Land, CaliFUNia
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I have no desire to read an article on contraception by a Catholic who is notoriously anti-contraception. If you choose not to use contraception, then don't. Luckily this is 2012, and most normal, sane people enjoy sex wihout guilt, and use the contraception that works best for them.
I realize that the source in biased against contraceptives but we ALL need to be fully aware of what type of chemicals/hormones we are placing into our bodies and the inherited risks. OP (or anyone else): Do you have another research article that is less biased discussing the risks of contraceptives?
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:10 PM
 
Location: North Beach, MD on the Chesapeake
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At least this isn't an anti-vaccine thread. Those really bring out the crazies.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:11 PM
 
Location: The Chatterdome in La La Land, CaliFUNia
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Do doctors still recommend that women be on the pill for only 5 years ?
With sex starting at younger ages those 5 years could be up by the time a girl is 18. THEN what does she do ?
There is no reasons why 12 year olds should be having sex ... Somebody isn't monitoring their children ...
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:11 PM
 
Location: Virginia Beach
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I realize that the source in biased against contraceptives but we ALL need to be fully aware of what type of chemicals/hormones we are placing into our bodies and the inherited risks. OP (or anyone else): Do you have another research article that is less biased discussing the risks of contraceptives?
Which aren't being hidden, and can easily be found by reading up on the drug.

Now, the question that needs to be asked, is the percentage of women experiencing these negative side effects vs the number of women taking the drug.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:13 PM
 
Location: SWUS
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Article is biased, OP is biased. Prosetylize elsewhere, please. Thanks.
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:13 PM
 
Location: North America
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Why are you people are so lazy? Nevermind.

i WHO—IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans, August , 2010.

ii Surveillance Epidemology and End Results; National Cancer Institute

iii Ibid. Kahlenborn, “Oral contraceptive Use-as a risk factor or premenopausal breast cancer: a meta-analysis,” May Clinic proceedings 2006, pp. 1290-1320, 2006. The Pill may increase Breast Cancer risk in African American Women | Health | Change.org

iv Dr. Angela Lanfranchi, M.D., F.A.C.S. is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. She is a breast surgical oncologist, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery. Dr. Lanfranchi was named a 2010 Castle Connolly NY Metro Area “Top Doc” in breast surgery. She co-founded the non-profit Breast Cancer Prevention Institute to educate lay and medical groups about breast cancer prevention. She has traveled nationally and internationally speaking about breast cancer prevention.

v 404 Not Found Nutritional factors in relation to endometrial cancer: A report from a population-based case-control study in Shanghai, China

vii Could foods prevent ovarian cancer? – Health – Diet and nutrition – Nutrition Notes – msnbc.com

viii Breast Cancer Prevention Institute

ix Ibid.

x Ibid.

xi Ibid.

xii LifeSite News.com; “Surgeon: Birth Control Pill a Molotov Cocktail for Breast Cancer.” by Kathleen Gilbert The MERCK Manuals on-line Medical Library; Contraception. Kuhar, “Infant Homicides through Contraceptives,’ International Pharmacists for Life 5th edition, 2003

xiii The MERCK Manuals on-line Medical Library; Contraception

xiv US Census Bureau 2005

xv Dr. Robert Lerner, University of Chicago, “National Survey of Family Growth,” U.S. Government’s National Center for Health Statistics and “General Social Survey,” National Opinion Research Center, 2000. Physicians for Life, 2007.

xvi Breast Cancer Prevention Institute
Because i learned in college that when you cite you place a corresponding number by what you are citing,and at the end of your writing you match that with where you got your article from. Hell even wikipedia knows that for petes sakes.
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