As reported by The College Fix, Prof. Gagneux recently put up a slide during one of his lectures comparing what he claims are the similarities between "fetuses and cancers" – insinuating that unborn human babies are a parasite or cancer inside their mothers' bodies.
Dylan Griswold, a medical student who attends Stanford University in Northern California, recently went public with a photo of the slide in question, which he says he obtained from a friend who's actually enrolled in Prof. Gagneux's class.
As you can see in the photo, which Griswold shared to Twitter, Prof. Gagneux wrote in the slide that a human fetus is "a legitimate parasite" because it "rapidly grows," "invades" the mother's body, "manipulates immunity of mother," and "reshapes blood vessels."
Just like cancer, Prof. Gagneux maintains, a human fetus "crashes the party!!!" by doing all of the same things – the message to the future doctors and nurses enrolled in his class being that unborn human life isn't something to be cherished and celebrated, but rather "treated" or "exterminated" as a type of disease.
"I'm speechless," Griswold commented about the photo, which was reportedly taken during Prof. Gagneux's "Biology of Disease" class.
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Initially, the identity of Prof. Gagneux was not released by either the student who took the photo during his class, nor by Griswold. But Griswold later identified Prof. Gagneux and was able to obtain an email from him, part of which he posted publicly, and the entirety of which he reportedly shared with The Fix.
In this email letter, Prof. Gagneux, who works within UCSD's Department of Pathology, chided that the "right wing 'pro-life' media" had caused the image of his slide to go viral, prompting a slew of journalists from "across the U.S." to email Prof. Gagneux directly.
"Most of you probably realize that my point was to show that mammals are especially prone to invasive cancers because mammals evolved invasive placentation," Prof. Gagneux's email claimed. "My point was not to indoctrinate you with the notion that fetuses are cancers, as insinuated in the article."
But this is exactly what Prof. Gagneux did by likening unborn human babies, which have a mutually beneficial, symbiotic relationship with their mothers, to parasites and cancer tumors, neither of which are even in the same species category as human beings.
By doubling down in denial, Prof. Gagneux has proven that he's just another life-hating Leftist with an anti-human agenda. And this, sadly, is the type of human filth that's teaching the next generation of medical professionals to completely disregard the sanctity of unborn human life – which is a very dangerous precedent to set, if history has anything to say about the matter.
"Dehumanizing language is dangerous because it plants an idea in people's minds that certain human beings are less valuable than others," writes Micaiah Bilger for LifeNews.com, noting that Planned Parenthood founder and pro-abortion guru Margaret Sanger did the exact same thing when she referred to some groups of human beings, including blacks, as:
"... human weeds, reckless breeders, spawning ... human beings who never should have been born."
"[Thinking like this] can lead to human rights atrocities like the Holocaust," Bilger adds. "And in this particular case, it may be conditioning future doctors in America to embrace the killing of unborn babies in abortions."
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