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Beyond abortion : a chronicle of fetal experimentation

Author: Suzanne M Rini
Publisher: Avon-by-the-Sea, N.J. : Magnificat Press, ©1988.
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Merciless and horrifying experiments on babies scheduled for abortion, and babies who survive abortion are the untold stories of the abortion industry. Their tissues and organs are harvested to serve the new technologies of medical science; use of abortion survivors and babies scheduled for abortion is becoming increasingly accepted by doctors and researchers, and is already allowed almost without limitation.  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Suzanne M Rini
ISBN: 0940543133 9780940543133
OCLC Number: 18230351
Description: 186 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: The new barbarians --
A catalogue of fetal use --
The federal regulations on non therapeutic fetal experimentation --
How live aborted fetuses are obtained for research --
Abandonment of the fetus as patient and client --
Extermination of the handicapped unborn --
Epilogue --
Appendix A : "on the nature of men" by Jerome Lejeune --
Appendix B : "the foetus as a personality" by A.W. Liley.
Responsibility: by Suzanne M. Rini.

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Merciless and horrifying experiments on babies scheduled for abortion, and babies who survive abortion are the untold stories of the abortion industry. Their tissues and organs are harvested to serve the new technologies of medical science; use of abortion survivors and babies scheduled for abortion is becoming increasingly accepted by doctors and researchers, and is already allowed almost without limitation. Journalist Suzanne M. Rini, initially doubtful, began investigating fetal experimentation and its practitioners, legality and funding. She uncovered a network of medical researchers whose work is largely hidden from public view, and whose rationale for nontherapeutic experimentation- possible benefits for wanted babies and elimination of defective ones -- is laying the foundation for a massive Nazi-like eugenics program, with elimination of unwanted and "defective" human being both before and after birth.

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