Harvesting & Selling Aborted Baby Parts

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Aborted babies are being chopped up and sold from abortion clinics every day. Some of these infants are still alive when the technicians (middlemen) step in for the “harvesting” of organs. They literally have to kill the baby a second time. These tiny babies’ body parts end up in Research and Development Labs which are funded by large corporations. The babies’ uses include research, experimentation and product development. Ethics and Medics reports, “The predominant industries engaged in fetal tissue research are components of the emerging life science industry: the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and biologics sectors. The pharmaceutical industry is involved in the discovery, development, production, and marketing of drugs licensed as medications.”

American researchers have engaged in fetal tissue research since the 1930’s. In an article published by the Christian Research Institute Journal in 1992, Scott B. Rae, Professor of Christian Ethics at Talbot School of Theology in Los Angeles, observes: “Abortion clinics stand to reap a substantial increase in revenue simply from the small amount (on average $25 per organ, multiplied by the hundreds of thousands of abortions performed annually) that the nonprofit acquisition organizations offer.”