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Originally published November 5 2015

Planned Parenthood says harvesting of organs from murdered, partial-birth aborted babies is a 'humanitarian mission'

by L.J. Devon, Staff Writer

(NaturalNews) A Camino Public Relations document, speaking on behalf of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, defends the organization's recently exposed practice of harvesting and selling fetal body parts. As revealed in this video, Planned Parenthood is engaged in meticulously removing and preserving fetal organs, donating them to affiliates, and then collecting money for them. It's all being done in the name of medical research and is being applauded as a "humanitarian mission."

What it really means is that Planned Parenthood is working for the biotech industry. This represents a dark conflict of interest, especially since Planned Parenthood is supposed to be all about women's health. How can Planned Parenthood help women make healthy decisions if the enterprise is being pressured to encourage women to give up their baby's organs for sale to the biotech industry?

And it doesn't matter if the organs are being sold or donated - Planned Parenthood sells the body parts to for-profit and non-profit organizations. Human lives are being discarded in either case all for the sake of industry. Sadly, pregnant women are being thrown in the middle of this game, as their womb, emotions, and the life inside them is abused for another's gain.

The most disgusting part of it all is that Planned Parenthood is calling this practice a "humanitarian undertaking." The Camino Public Relations backgrounder suggests, "Aborted pregnancy tissue donation and research are humanitarian undertakings that hold the potential to cure disease, save lives, and ameliorate suffering."

They argue that the organs are better off being used for medical research than being discarded into the trash. Of course, it's okay to take a life to potentially save a life. That's the justification being used, in sheer and utter pride.

Partial birth abortion procedures are a threat to women's health

In the Partial Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003, medical evidence suggested that partial birth abortion procedures are extremely invasive, inhumane, and pose health risks to the mother. Isn't this what Planned Parenthood should be trying to prevent in the first place? How far is the enterprise willing to take abortion as they deceive pregnant women into participating in this life terminating, organ selling business? Does anyone ever consider the emotional impact these procedures have on women in the years after it's all done?

The law reads, "Partial-birth abortion poses serious risks to the health of a woman undergoing the procedure. Those risks include, among other things: An increase in a woman's risk of suffering from cervical incompetence, a result of cervical dilation making it difficult or impossible for a woman to successfully carry a subsequent pregnancy to term; an increased risk of uterine rupture, abruption, amniotic fluid embolus, and trauma to the uterus as a result of converting the child to a footling breech position..."

Dead baby body parts renamed "products of conception" and sold to medical researchers

Deborah Nucatola, Planned Parenthood's senior director of medical research was caught on video talking about the organs that are most sought after. "We've been very good at getting heart, lung, and liver..."she said. "Some people want lower extremities, too, which, that's simple. I mean that's easy."

She continued, talking about how they keep these organs intact for medical researchers, "because we know that, so I'm not gonna crush that part, I'm gonna basically crush below, I'm gonna crush above, and I'm gonna see if I can get it all intact. Most providers will do this case under ultrasound guidance so they'll know where they're putting their forceps," she said on video.

Elizabeth Toledo of Camino Public Relations, who is a former VP of Communications for Planned Parenthood, called these body parts "products of conceptions" and reiterated that "it's just not the kind of gruesome process" that critics suggest it is.

It doesn't matter how the gutting and sale of body parts is reworded, the underlying truth cannot be erased. The most vulnerable living beings have no right to life or liberty throughout the country and a forceful industry is encouraging all this.

As a society, we need to take a closer look at how we define life. We also need to reconsider funding enterprises like Planned Parenthood which engages in unethical procedures while justifying it as a "humanitarian undertaking."

Let's get real.


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