(Natural News) “Franken”-scientists have come up with a new use for aborted baby body parts, as they’re reportedly now artificially attaching and/or surgically implanting them inside laboratory mice in order to “humanize” the rodents for Big Pharma drug testing purposes.
Documents obtained by The Sun (U.K.) reveal that baby butcher groups like Planned Parenthood are “donating” (a.k.a. selling) much of their leftover fetal tissue to pharmaceutical companies, which then use it to gauge the safety and effectiveness of experimental drugs that later receive approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
These lab-coats apparently destroy the immune systems of test mice by blasting them with harmful radiation, after which they then implant into the mice’s bodies things like thymuses, livers, and other body parts harvested from aborted babies. After this process is complete, the “Franken”-mice are then ready for drug testing, reports indicate.
For more related news about how aborted babies are treated like “medical waste” in the United States, except in cases where their flesh can turn a profit, be sure to check out Abortions.news.
Man behind Gosnell film about abortion says body parts of murdered babies are “valuable commodity” in today’s America
This dark revelation would seem to explain how Planned Parenthood baby butchers like Mary Gatter are able to stockpile side cash to purchase Lamborghinis – seeing as how they’re basically taking aborted babies, chopping them up in to salable “parts,” and using the cash to get “rich.”
“Aborted babies’ bodies are a very valuable commodity in today’s America,” says Phelim McAleer, producer of the documentary film Gosnell, which tells the disturbing story of baby butcher Kermit Barron Gosnell. “Research institutions, elite universities, and medical centers pay a lot of money for baby parts.”
Be sure to check out Gosnell at GosnellMovie.com.
But, wait: Isn’t it illegal for abortion mills like Planned Parenthood to sell aborted baby body parts?
While it’s technically illegal for any entity, including Planned Parenthood, to hand over aborted baby body parts in exchange for cash, there exist loopholes that allow these abortion mills to recover “reasonable costs” associated with the “handling” of baby body parts as they’re taken from Planned Parenthood abortion clinics and delivered to Big Pharma research facilities.
In this case, “humanizing” mice with aborted baby body parts is considered by some to be “valuable” research in the interest of public health, as those conducting experiments with these mutant mice claim to be working on developing much-needed drugs for chronic health conditions like HIV and AIDS.
Still, there’s the profiteering element that was exposed in numerous undercover videos captured by the Center for Medical Progress, revealing that Planned Parenthood, at least, is engaging in highly questionable activity that many say violates federal law.
The Trump Administration is one major entity that isn’t on-board with the buying and selling of aborted baby body parts for “research” purposes. Back in December, it reportedly halted the practice, citing “serious regulatory, moral, and ethical considerations.”
Planned Parenthood had previously been caught breaking the law on partial birth abortions, declaring that “laws are up to interpretation” as it continued to engage in late-term baby murder in order to harvest more viable baby body parts for its Big Pharma clients.
“So some people train to just document that like, you know to comply with the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban, you basically have to say, ‘I intend to utilize dismemberment techniques for this procedure,'” Planned Parenthood’s Dr. Suzie Prabhakaran, Vice President of Medical Affairs for Southwest and Central Florida, was caught admitting in an undercover video.
“So every time you do a procedure, that’s how you document. So, like, there’s like a checkbox … so it would be before the procedure, you do your evaluation, you write, ‘I intend to utilize dismemberment techniques for this procedure.”
See more news coverage of extreme violations of medical ethics at MedicalExtremism.com.
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