Skip to comments.Aborted Fetal Cell Line Vaccines And The Catholic Family A Moral and Historical Perspective
Posted on 12/17/2017 4:30:18 PM PST by Morgana
The Hunt for Fresh Fetuses
In a CBS 60 Minutes, television expose in 1999 and subsequently reported by the Asheville NC Tribune, not only is there a growing market for baby body parts, but the abortionists now have published sales lists. Interested researchers can choose prices ranging from $150.00 for a brain less than 8 weeks gestation to $999.00 for one greater than 8 weeks.
As though they were advertising used merchandise at a bargain thrift shop, the abortionists further callously listed discounts up to 30% if the brain material is partially fragmented. Following those newscasts, World magazine reported that researchers are specifically looking for fetuses 18 to 24 weeks gestation, which is notably well within the range of viability and survival outside the womb. According to the same report researchers pay a site fee to abortion clinics in order to remove the organs and body parts on location. 
But the problem is not confined just to the United States. Australian researchers recently announced their intention to use aborted fetal tissue to cultivate new embryonic stem cell lines, marveling at the abundance of fetal tissue available. They cited the need was due to the current practice of using mouse tissue as feeder cells, which ultimately contaminates the cell lines, making them unsuitable for human treatments. It should be noted that if they simply used ethical adult stem cells, fetal tissue would not be necessary at all.
The quest for more and more sources for viable fetal tissue to create vaccines continues as is noted in the most recent news reported from New Zealand in May 2003:
(Excerpt) Read more at cogforlife.org ...
BTW FReepers...this is a very long article...may want to bookmark it.
It’s a long one but very informative,
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