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University Of Pittsburgh Harvested Organs Of Live Babies Based On Race


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US Federal government gave at least $2.7 million in taxpayer money to researchers who sought out minority babies who had been aborted in order to harvest their organs, according to internal documents (pdf) released Tuesday.
 
The University of Pittsburgh targeted minorities in its request for infant organs — including those taken from full-term babies — to create a “pipeline” for fetal research.
 
Researchers stressed the importance of maintaining organ blood flow in the request,
Aborted babies used in this research ranged from 6 to 42 weeks of gestation.
 
fetuses should have minimized “warm ischemic time” — a medical term to describe the time that an organ is without blood flow. It also lists “labor induction” as a utilized abortion procedure to obtain the organs.
 
"There’s the distinct possibility that some of these babies are born alive and then their organs and tissues are removed,”
 

The University of Pittsburgh has been involved in fetal organ research for more than a decade. It conducted an experiment in 2020 that implanted the scalps of aborted fetuses onto lab mice in a study that was funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

 

The grant proposal boasts of the institution’s experience handling a variety of fetal organs, including the liver, heart, legs, brain, kidneys, and bladders.

 
 
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