Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Elective Abortion and Vaccines


More insight into buying and selling of aborted fetal parts...

Material from spontaneous miscarriages is seldom, if ever, useful for biomedical research, because miscarriages take place over days, and by the time the miscarriage is complete the organs and the cells are largely non-viable. To efficiently make cell lines from fetuses or to do biomedical research, the processing must be planned and the material must be fresh. Furthermore, the unborn babies and parents are screened before the abortion to ensure that there are no genetic anomalies, no viral infections, or any other concern that would render the aborted baby as unfit for biomedical purposes. You can read a bit about this on pages 91-95 in the meeting minutes from the FDA that are linked below. Even the scientist admits that “it sounds a bit commercial”. (http://www.fda.gov/ohrms/dockets/ac/01/tr anscripts/3750t1_01.pdf) A list of the vaccines made using cell lines that were obtained from electively aborted fetuses is available for download from our website at: www.soundchoice.org http://soundchoice.org/aborted-fetal-products/ 

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