A doctor discusses the fetal heart and organs at 4 weeks

Posted on May 16, 2019 by Sarah In an essay about fetal development, a doctor and scientist wrote: “The pulsating heart is at first most of all in the service of the rapidly growing brain… With its own growth, the heart acquires a central significance in the vascular system. At the beginning of the 4th …

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Doctor defends doing experiments on living aborted babies

By Sarah Terzo Dr. Kirt Hirshorn of New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital, on research using living aborted babies : “I don’t think [research on an aborted baby, which he calls a “nonviable fetus”] is unethical. It’s not possible to make the fetus into a child, therefore we can consider it nothing more than a piece …

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A “More Fetally Aware Society”

By Dave Andrusko Editor’s note. As we’ve discussed the last week and a half, once the calendar turned to December, pro-lifers begin to think even more intensely about January 22, the anniversary of the devastating Roe v. Wade decision. Over the next four weeks we will continue to run new and old posts as we …

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Abortion textbook describes how to “extract fetal parts”

By Sarah Terzo From a book on how to do abortions: “The use of special instruments such as the Bierer or Sopher forceps, which improve the ability to crush and extract fetal parts, are recommended by some operators… The basic technique involves extracting large fetal parts and pieces of placenta with the forceps and using …

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“Twice Born”: Fetal medicine in PBS special provides a stark contrast to dismemberment abortions

By Kathy Ostrowski, Legislative Director, Kansans for Life Editor’s note. I am re-running this terrific post because earlier this month West Virginia passed its Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act. There are now three states which have this law on the books–Kansas, Oklahoma, and West Virginia– and Mississippi’s governor is expected to sign its …

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