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Abortion may be one of the most controversial taboo things nationwide However though it is a womans body therefore she should choose what she does Just like you can not force somebody to give blood simply because there is a blood drive you can not force a woman to keep a fetus that she doesnt want or was unplanned Just like an acorn is not a oak tree a blastocyst is not a fetus Though many people have different opinions which have been altered because of how how media displays it when human life takes place and the overall morality of getting an abortion it is her choice Thats why people should be more receptive of that and become a pro-choice activist rather than a pro-life activist We all know just how persuasive the media can be biased so how has the media changed up the facts The media has an immense impact everyone on a daily basis but the media has and never will be an unbiased reliable source for anything For instance many big time magazines television shows and moviesdocumentaries only show the immoral downside to abortion They use false information unreliable statistics and images that arent even related to abortion Abortion ProConorg ProConorg Headlines Np Some of the false information we get told is how getting an abortion can cause breast cancer you will be infertile abortion pills are too dangerous to use your baby can hear and feel everything or that it is more expensive to keep the baby full term rather than get the fetus aborted Truth is breast cancer has never been linked in any way shape or form to breast cancer Scientific studies have been done and proven that it does not cause cancer As far as infertility there are no facts backed up by science that agree with the statement one will become infertile Just like any other surgery
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