Chinese Scientists and aborted young
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|Mon, 06-23-2003 - 10:27am|
Going on the debate about whether a fetus is alive or not I can't believe that we're allowed to make human offspring into science experiments, but its only alive when the abortionist decides to keep it that way. For more and other stories like this I recommend www.abortiontv.com where the truth isn't watered down. One question since the nervous system is fully developed during the first trimester wasn't this torture to a live unborn child? I know in America when an abortion victim survives its own attempt at killing it that doctors legally have to bring the child to the hospital to recieve medical attention, especially with the saline abortions many have been reported where the child is delivered completely burned but alive (BABY X), however though this article mentions an embryo's heart at 7.5 wks gestation, which is to early to be viable (viability starts as early as 25 wks). We need to stop making our offspring mult-million dollar toys for lab experiments, this is truly a silent the making of a silent holocaust, some of these same experiments were done of jews in the concentration camps when the women were forced to have abortions (saline first was experimented on here) and become sterilized.
Chinese Scientists Keep Human Embryo Hearts Alive After Abortions
SHENYANG, June 19, 2003 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Chinese doctors are boasting of having removed live hearts from babies during abortions and then keeping the hearts alive in a culture fluid. Thought to be a world first, Wang Tong, a doctor associated with the procreation center lab of the Shenyang Women and Infants' Hospital in Shenyang (the capital of Liaoning Province), said one such heart has survived for thirteen days and another for nine days.
The first heart comes from a baby aborted at 7.5 weeks on June 5. Wang said he removed the heart and placed it into the culture and was happy to find it still beating between 60 and 80 times per second the next day. Microscopic evidence showed the cells of the heart were dividing. "This showed that the heart was growing," Wang said excitedly.
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