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Undercover Anti-Abortion Video Showed Images of Stillborn �— Not Aborted — Fetus

24.8.15

Undercover Anti-Abortion Video Showed Images of Stillborn �— Not Aborted — Fetus: In the video, Holly O’Donnell, a former employee of StemExpress, a middleman company that provides fetal tissue — among their forms of donated tissue — to biomedical researchers, discussed a fetus she sees and works with following an abortion done at almost 20 weeks of gestational age. O’Donnell describes seeing the fetus move in a voiceover that overlies video footage of a post-abortion fetus that seems to move. She then describes the process by which she was instructed to dissect the fetus to remove its heart for use in medical research. Fetal tissue research is a long-standing, legal, an critical component of contemporary biomedical research in the United States.


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