Babies are Delivered Alive and Their Hearts Cut Out Without Anesthesia to Develop Vaccines
University of Pittsburgh ADMITS Hearts Beating While Harvesting Aborted Infants’ Kidneys
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Ischemia starts when the organ (the kidneys primarily in Pitt’s GUDMAP project) is cut off from blood circulation. The NIH defines ischemia as “lack of blood supply to a part of the body.” The University states the fetal organs do not undergo ischemia—lose their blood supply—until “after the tissue collection procedure”. This means the organs are still receiving blood supply from the fetal heartbeat during the “tissue collection”.