Monday, September 13, 2010

W.A.K.E.U.P. (Women Against the Killing and Exploitation of Unprotected Persons)

Here's another aspect of "choice" that almost never gets mentioned. Abortion - it's not just the murder of a child, but also - the selling of the body parts: Aborted baby parts are being marketed like used cars. Healthy late-term aborted babies are in high demand and abortion mills often manipulate late-term abortions, so that they have live births and fresher tissue - to get more money. Where there is demand, there is supply. The link between abortion industry and fetal tissue research is obvious and is visible even to those unwilling to notice it:
Theresa Deisher, the Seattle researcher at the center of a legal battle to stop President Obama’s expansion of human embryonic stem-cell research, used to think all the human embryonic tissue the biotech industry was using came from miscarriages.

Until one day a colleague demanded, “How can you be so gullible?”

“It wasn’t out in the open then like it is now,” says Deisher, whose participation in a lawsuit by Advocates International and the Christian Medical Association was crucial in securing an injunction temporarily halting federal funding for new human embryonic stem-cell research last month.
Once she pursued the miscarriage explanation, she realized that to be useful in research the embryonic tissue would have to be recovered and preserved within a few minutes of the unborn baby’s death, while most miscarriages are not discovered until days after the event.

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