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Originally published September 7 2015

Scientists admit they've been quietly using aborted baby parts for DECADES, and they want the practice to continue

by L.J. Devon, Staff Writer

(NaturalNews) When multiple research institutions that have one purpose in mind receive hundreds of millions of dollars of grant money from the federal government, a very powerful and influential industry is created instantly. The entitlement money swiftly becomes a purchasing force that assists the institutions in their research pursuits. What happens when these research pursuits require that human life be terminated so body parts can be studied for "medical advances?"

Between 2011 and 2014, 97 research institutions, including universities and hospitals, were entitled to $280 million in federal grant money for one purpose: using fetal body parts for "scientific" research.

These institutions, including Yale, The University of California, and The Massachusetts General Hospital, are given the right to obtain fetal tissue and conduct research on the human body parts that are strategically extracted right from women's wombs after the beating heart has been terminated.

The demand for body parts for "scientific research" ultimately puts pressure on women to provide a fresh supply

The government-stimulated demand for fetal tissue suddenly turns these medical institutions into a monstrous, concerted force that can only satiate its hunger by putting pressure on women to terminate their pregnancy. Inadvertently, this industry is skewing and distorting the education and counseling that women might receive at abortion clinics like Planned Parenthood.

The pressure of the organ harvesting industry might convince women to view their pregnancy as a mistake. Women might be convinced that the life developing inside them is just "a glob of cells," but by eight weeks in the womb, babies have organs and a beating heart.

The sheer existence of fetal tissue research inadvertently puts pressure on women to give up on the life developing inside of them.

The medical system profits heavily from fetal body parts

For decades, scientists have been given the green light to take aborted fetuses and use them in their medical research. For example, aborted fetuses have been used to develop vaccines for pharmaceutical profit. Taxpayer-funded clinics such as Planned Parenthood are used to facilitate the life-terminating procedures so that body parts can be strategically cut out and preserved for the medical researchers. Planned Parenthood might also be enjoying profits from the sale of human life. Executives were caught negotiating the sale of the body parts in several undercover videos.

Either way, Planned Parenthood acts as a middle man for a mad science industry that uses human life to make progress in medical research.

The laboratories that use kidneys, hearts, brains and extremities for their research strongly defend their decades-long tradition and believe that they are headed toward potential breakthroughs in medical science. These institutions prefer not to use adult cells for medical research because these cells are more susceptible to rejection when put to the test and the cells don't divide as rapidly as aborted fetal tissue cells do. For ease of use purposes, fetal body parts are the best ones to work with.

Stanford University spokeswoman Lisa Lapin defended fetal body part research. She wrote in an email, "If researchers are unable to work with fetal tissue, there is a huge list of diseases for which researchers would move much more slowly, rather than quickly, to find their cause and how they can be cured."

In 2014, The National Institutes of Health doled out $76 million in government grants to institutions using fetal tissue to develop an Ebola vaccine.

In Europe, researchers attempted to treat Parkinson's by implanting fetal tissue into patients' brains; they got mixed results. Fetal tissue is also implanted into mice with tumors so researchers can test out the effectiveness of highly profitable new chemotherapy drugs. Fetal tissue is also used in AIDS research and for studying spinal cord injuries. The aborted organs are used to understand human development and cellular biology. Two abortions performed in the 1960s have given researchers fetal cell lines for the development of hepatitis A, rubella, and chickenpox vaccines. Researchers purport that the vaccines save lives, but in naturopathic medicine, all of these diseases can be treated naturally without vaccines that use aborted fetal cells.

Taking the lives of the most vulnerable is not necessary to make medicine, but medical researchers insist that organ harvesting continue, inadvertently pressuring women to give up their babies.

Referring to all of the life-terminating surgeries that medical science profits from, immunology professor and MIT researcher Jianzhu Chen says, "This eventually will provide a benefit to society."

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