The article you published on a supposed abortion/breast cancer link is wrong. The research on breast cancer suggests a mild link with birth control pills, but no link with abortion.
You're taking one observational study from a smaller journal and presenting it to the general public as if it were the definitive and best information on a subject. This is deeply, deeply unethical, especially in something so important as medical reporting – especially when the study's results are at odds with virtually all published research on the subject, of which there is a great deal.
For a simple and clear summary, here's the Wikipedia summary of medical bodies who have studied this issue and concluded that your claims are wrong:
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"The abortion-breast cancer hypothesis has been the subject of extensive scientific inquiry, and the scientific community has concluded that abortion does not cause breast cancer and that breast cancer should not be a concern for women who are considering having an abortion. This consensus is supported by major medical bodies, including the World Health Organization, the U.S. National Cancer Institute, the American Cancer Society, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the German Cancer Research Center, and the Canadian Cancer Society."