- Since there are over 1.5 million abortions every
year, there is an abundant source of fetuses for commercial
use. The profit is three fold.
- The first is from abortion (estimated at half
a billion dollars a year by Fortune magazine).
- The second comes from the sale of aborted babies'
- The third is from unsuspecting customers buying
- Selling fetal parts is a very lucrative part of
the abortion business. Fetal tissue is sold to private
contractors, who in turn sell them to universities
- Babies' bodies are sold by the bag, $25 a batch
or up to $5500 a pound. The sale of later-term elective
abortions at D.C. General Hospital brought $68,000
between 1966 and 1976. The money was used to buy a
TV set, cookies and soft drinks for visiting professors.
- The wholesalers are interested in blood, eyes, ears,
livers, brains, thymuses, among other things. Eyes
and ears are sold for $75, brains go for $999. An
"intact trunk" fetches $500, a whole liver
- In the Pittsburgh Women's Health Service, there
is a sign in the lab areas asking doctors not to carry
dead fetuses without wrapping them, since it disturbs
the patients. The fetuses are treated like trash.
- An abortion centre there, filled a long bin at the
rear of its property with the remains of its day's
nefarious doings. Its trash compactor neatly mashed
100 babies' bodies, which were then tied up in plastic
bags and thrown on top of the bin. The hungry dogs
came along and dragged the bags away. "There
were frequent fights and the contents of the bags
would be strewn up and down the streets until the
dogs separated the gauze, sponges and pads and devoured
the placenta, bones and flesh of the babies"
said a mother. She went to the police, health department
and city hall and felt that she got nowhere, but the
bags of warm human babies' mutilated parts disappeared
from the streets even though the clinic increased
its abortions from 25 to 150 a week.
- Dr. Jeronimo Dominguez of New York wrote "On
any Monday you can see about 30 garbage bags with
fetal material in them along the sidewalks of several
abortion clinics in New York." In Odessa, Texas,
city ordinance 69-91 forbids placing a dead animal
in a dumpster. But that didn't stop one abortionist
from depositing large brown plastic bags full of sock
like gauze bags into the city dumpster prior to closing
every night. A Baptist minister opened the bags and
to his horror found a little "perfectly formed
hands and feet of a 13-week old baby and the complete
body, in pieces, of a 17-week old baby. Everything
except one foot was there: the rib cage, sexual organs,
head, fingernails and toe nails."
- In a "it-shouldn't-happen to a dog" story,
47 senators voted in 1974 to protect dogs from experimentation
with poisonous gas but then voted down Senator Jess
Helm's amendment to prevent federal funds from being
used for abortion. One liberal, pro-abortion Senator
gave an emotion-laden speech to protect dogs. Man's
best friend came out better than man himself!
- The use of the human fetus in experimentation began
in 1960s, flourished in the 1970s, and abated thereafter.
The fetus is now increasingly treated as an object
to be utilised for the treatment of others, namely
as an experimental preparation, as a transplant donor
and a medical commodity.
- The Village Voice reported estimates seven years
ago that 20,000 to 100,000 fetuses are sold to drug
companies each year in the U.S.
- Maee Women's Hospital in Pittsburgh packed aborted
babies in ice for shipment to experimental labs.
- The New Laboratory Rat: Some researchers insist
that the reason they must do research on human fetuses
is because they are human, not animal.
- For pesticide development: Newsday reported that
an Ohio medical research company tested the brains
and hearts of 100 fetuses as part of a $300,000 pesticide
- The Diabetes Treatment Project at UCLA depends,
for its existence, on the availability of pancreas
from later term aborted fetuses.
- A rabies vaccine is produced from viruses grown
in the lungs of aborted children, according to FDA.
A polio vaccine was also produced with cells from
- Tissue cultures are obtained by dropping still living
babies into meat grinders and homogenizing them, according
to the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine.
- In Organ Transplantation: A young couple wanted
to conceive a child to be aborted so that the father
to be, could use the baby's kidneys for a transplant
that he needed himself.
- The hysterotomy aborted fetus in the seventh, eighth
and ninth months is removed intact (translation: the
baby is alive). The trade in fetal tissue is about
$1 million annually. The high prices may encourage
unnecessary abortions on welfare patients as the surest
way of getting "salvable tissue." Chief
of pediatrics at the Cleveland Metropolitan Hospital
said, "After a baby is delivered, while it is
still linked to its mother by the umbilical cord,
I take a blood sample, severe the cord and then as
quickly as possible remove the organs and tissues."
- A $60,00,000 grant from H.I.H. enabled one baby
(among many others in the experiment done in Finland)
to be sliced open without an anesthetic so that a
liver could be obtained. The researcher in charge
said that the baby was complete and "was even
secreting urine." He disclaimed the need for
anesthetic, saying "An aborted baby is just garbage."
- Brain cells would be "harvested" from
aborted babies for transplant.
- A study on the severed heads of 12 babies delivered
- In California, babies aborted at six months were
submerged in jars of liquid with high oxygen content,
to see if they could breathe through their skins.
- "Harvesting" fetal tissues from aborted
babies for transplants and the treatment of such ailments
as Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Huntington's
chorea, hemophilia, spinal cord injuries, diabetes,
leukemia, aplastic anemia, epilepsy and radiation
- Harvesting fetal tissue has also led to "organ
farming," a practice of keeping anencephalic
babies (those born without an entire brain) on respirators
to preserve the organs in a well-oxygenated state
for transplantation. Critics have charged that doctors
are often removing life-sustaining organs from infants
too early when they are still alive! The use of tissues
and organs from newborn and unborn babies is shaping
up as the hottest medical debate of the next decade
and will present Pro-Lifers with a new challenge,
women willing to lease their wombs for the production
of fetal tissue to allow an older generation to live
off the spare parts of the unborn!
- A Californian woman wants to be inseminated by her
father who suffers from Alzheimer's disease, so that
she can abort the baby and its brain tissue can be
transplanted into her father.
- Another U.S. woman whose father suffered from a
kidney disease demanded to be inseminated with his
sperm so she could abort the fetus in the third trimester,
thus providing kidneys for implant into her father.
- Mexican doctors removed fetal tissue from both the
brain and the adrenal gland of an aborted baby and
transplanted the tissues to the brains of two patients
suffering from Parkinson's disease.
- Doctors in West Germany have successfully transplanted
three kidneys from two fetuses into two children and
- A doctor from California transplanted human fetal
thymus glands into two older children. Both donor
humans were killed.
- A six-month-old aborted baby had his testicles transplanted
into a 28-year-old man who had been unable to become
fully sexually active.
- Normal, but unwanted fetuses are now increasingly
being used to provide stem cells to attempt repair
of abnormal, but wanted fetuses.
- Human embryos and other organs have been encased
in plastic and sold as paperweight novelty items.
- Collagen-enriched cosmetics: Collagen is the gelatinous
substance found in connective tissue, bone and cartilage.
Collagen (Kolla in Greek meaning glue) is a key component
in the structural tissues of the human body. There
are 20 known collagens, and each serves a specific
role in a wide variety of tissues including bone,
skin, tendons, cartilage and blood vessels. Based
on its structural role and compatibility within the
body, collagen is a commonly used biomaterial in the
medical and pharmaceutical industries. Amniotic fluid
and collagen can come from fetal material, since the
Food and Drug Administration does not require pre-testing
or the identification of cosmetic ingredients. A glance
through a local drug store revealed that the leading
12 shampoos and 5 hand creams all contained collagen.
Check your beauty products and you may be shocked!
Unless your beauty product specifies animal collagen
or bovine collagen, the product probably contains
human collagen. The drug company should be challenged
at once. Even collagen taken from a human placenta
raises questions about respect of life and ownership
of the placenta.
- Even the baby's placenta is sold for 50 cents to
drug companies. Ever heard of Placenta Plus shampoo?
Aborted babies' fat is used to make soap in England.
- In some countries like Taiwan, people even eat fetal
parts as a delicacy. Some people even have soups made
out of fetuses for their so called nutritional value.
- The increasing potential for financial inducements
to women opting for abortion gives cause for alarm.
A number of women deliberately opt to get pregnant
only to abort the fetus allured by the material gains.
The sanctity of human life and the respect for life
- Every human being has a right to a decent burial.
The fetus is even denied this right without a second
thought being spared. They are treated worse than
animals, in that, they are treated as garbage.
If this is horrifying, then how can it be tolerated
The "Fetus in the womb" is an Innocent, helpless,
vulnerable and silent victim. Does this baby not have
a right to life? THEY LOOK UP TO YOU.