Beyond Abortion: A Chronicle of Fetal Experimentation
The author documents the experiments taking place on human infants scheduled for abortion, the removal of organs and body tissue from still-living fetal infants, and the live "harvesting" of their organs for the use of others. The book shows that these activities are becoming increasingly accepted by doctors and researchers today and are going on quietly with almost no restriction. Author explains how genetic screening is used to push selective abortion of the "genetically inferior."
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