By Al DiLascia
At the 44th Annual Pioneer Valley Massachusetts Citizens for Life (PV-MCFL) Mother’s Day Dinner held at Chez Josef in Agawam, on May 11, 2017, Dr. Joel Brind gave a pretty convincing presentation on the link between abortion and breast cancer. His studies, research, and most importantly data show that there is a higher probability of breast cancer for women who have had an abortion. Dr. Brind graduated from Yale University, and received his doctorate in Basic Medical Sciences from New York University, with specialization in biochemistry, physiology, and immunology. He is currently a professor of human biology and endocrinology at Baruch College of the City University of New York.Read more
For more than 40 years, Massachusetts Citizens for Life has hosted a Mother’s Day Dinner in western Massachusetts at the beginning of May (but not on Mother’s Day itself). The timing recognizes the importance of all mothers in nurturing and caring for life, especially those mothers who have contributed so much time and effort to the cause for life in Massachusetts over the years.
At the dinner, you will hear from an amazing keynote speaker, usually a nationally known figure in the pro-life movement. The dinner is also an occasion to give special recognition to pro-lifers in the Pioneer Valley who have given special service to the cause for life.
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