Studies in Pediatrics and other medical journals reveal that since the early 1960s there has been an estimated 40 percent increase in male infants born in Europe and the United States with abnormal penises and symptoms of feminization. Other health statistics tell a similar reproductive horror story.
- At least 10 percent of all couples in the United States are unable to conceive a child, and the numbers seem to be growing. Some communities in Canada report precipitous declines in male births, down to just one-third of all births. In the last two decades of the twentieth century, a 400 percent increase in tubal pregnancies was reported among women in developed nations.
- In vitro fertilization clinics throughout the United States report a huge spike in the number of abnormal embryos being produced by young, healthy women in their twenties who should be in the prime of their reproductive lives. Nearly 80 percent of three hundred embryos sampled were abnormal, according to the authors of a study on reproduction who presented their alarming results to an October 2005 conference in Montreal of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society. […]
- Male sperm counts worldwide have been reduced by 50 percent in the past half century, and during the same period testicular cancer rates underwent a 600 percent increase. In China, the fastest-developing country in the world, a 2001 study found that 85 percent of university students tested were infertile.
The Hundred-Year Lie by Randall Fitzgerald, pg. 148-.