By Jonathon Van Maren
Since David Daleiden and the Center for Medical Progress exposed the abortion industry’s complicity in harvesting baby body parts and selling them to the highest bidder in 2015, we’ve had a nonstop series of revelations further detailing these horrors. Documents revealed that Planned Parenthood charged for “usable” body parts. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was caught purchasing “fresh” body parts from nearly full-term babies to “humanize” mice and test drugs.
The most bone-chilling example by far were the revelations that aborted babies were being scalped and their hair grown on rats. The photos of little tufts of baby hair growing on vermin is one of the most disturbing things I’ve ever seen.
Live Action News is reporting more developments on this front. Pro-Life San Francisco has been publicizing the University of California San Francisco’s involvement in experiments with baby body parts (also including “humanized mice), for which it received millions in taxpayer dollars, for some time. According to Live Action:
Fetal body parts are being harvested under the UCSF umbrella from babies aborted at the two UCSF-affiliated Women’s Options Center locations. Studies show that the labor induction abortion techniques used in these facilities to procure “fresh” parts can result in live births as often as 50% of the time. UCSF professor and Director of one Women’s Options Center location, Eleanor Drey, has referenced the reality of abortion survivors in both D&E and labor induction abortion procedures.