Find out what the abortion industry desperately doesn't want you to know!
Using known medical facts and pointing to peer-reviewed research, Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery Dr Angela Lanfranchi explains the increased incidence of breast cancer in women whose pregnancies terminate (accidental or intentional) before 32 weeks.
Recorded in high definition, 27th August 2014 in the Premier's Hall, Parliamentary Annexe, Queensland Parliament House. 36 minutes.
Conference 2014: The Abortion Breast Cancer Link
Babette Francis explains the link between abortion and a greater incidence of breast cancer, and what you can do to protect yourself. Information presented includes the results from the latest studies in this area.
Rachael was on of the inspiring speakers at this years Cherish Life conference. Hear her story;
REPLAY: From Heartache to Happiness — Forgiven and Set Free
Hear Rebecca Porter & Cecilia Sullivan from OPERATION OUTCRY and SILENT NO MORE share their life stories from the heartache of abortion to their healing through God’s love and mercy.
Cherish Life Queensland (previously Queensland Right to Life) is a non-denominational, non-party political association of people who are concerned about issues relating to a person's right to life, especially in relation to abortion, infanticide, embryo experimentation and euthanasia.
To promote a respect for and protection of the intrinsic worth of human life at all ages and all stages, and to express our commitment
by positively embracing and celebrating life ourselves.
To educate people on pro-life issues, maintaining their enthusiasm and dedication to life, and challenge the community conscience in matters of justice, equality and respect for all people born and unborn.
To strive for effective protection by law of defenceless human life - born and unborn.
To use all democratic means to persuade legislators that support for life is both a responsibility and a vote winner, and to increase the awareness in the general public of voter power.
To express our love and compassion by promoting creative, lifegiving alternatives and by encouraging the community to take responsibility for providing support and care for those oppressed by circumstances or unable to speak for themselves.
To maintain and develop a respectful and caring attitude to self and one another, and to provide the support necessary for us to be united in our commitment to life.
To engage in sensitive interaction with other groups and individuals in the pursuit of the above goals.
Note: Some parts of this web site are still being populated with content as we migrate over from the old QRTL web site.
Teresa Martin on "The Circle" regarding abortion in Queensland
Included in this interview is the answer to the rape questions and when the girl is "too young".
The truth when it comes to Queensland and abortion