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Last week, legal accountability group Judicial Watch released a lengthy report indicating that the U.S. government buys and traffics “fresh” aborted baby parts, according to the Federalist.
“These body parts, purchased by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to “humanize” mice and test biologic drugs in scientific experiments, came from babies up to 24-weeks-old gestation, just weeks from being born,” reported Edie Heipel. It has previously been reported that abortion groups harvested aborted babies for research. However, this new report has sparked outrage among Americans upon the revelation that the US government is the entity responsible for the trafficking of the aborted babies.
“Recent emails uncovered by Judicial Watch between FDA employees and the California-based Advanced Bioscience Resources (ABR) prove the agency spent tens of thousands of dollars buying aborted babies for unethical scientific experiments between 2012 and 2018. In 2018, the Trump administration terminated the contract, halting government fetal tissue research due to concerns the contracts were unlawful. Judicial Watch’s new FOIA Request adds 575 pages of records to its existing 2019 lawsuit against the agency,” wrote Heipel.
Email correspondence between the FDA and ABR highlight discussions about the aborted baby harvesting. “I am enclosing my signed application for tissues. I have received a copy of the contract that was completed and you should be prepaid for $12K of tissue purchases,” said Dr. Kristina Howard in the publicly released email. “We will be using fetal liver and thymus to isolate CD34+ hematopoietic stem cells (HSC) and to implant fetal liver and thymus tissues into severely immune compromised mice. (NSG, NRG, etc.). Additionally, the mice are transplanted with HSC isolated from the same donor tissue, resulting in a bone marrow/liver/thymus (BL T) humanized mouse. This procedure permits the full reconstitution of a human immune system in a mouse and will permit us to test biologic drug products in these mice.” The report indicates that most purchases are for intact thymuses and livers shipped “Fresh; on wet ice.”
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