Friday, September 4, 2015

Massachusetts Abortionist Experiments on Fresh Brains of Down Syndrome Babies

By Cheryl Sullenger
Operation Rescue

Boston, MA -- Abortionist Laurent C. Delli-Bovi, who is the founder and Medical Director at Women's Health Services where abortions are done up to 23 weeks, co-authored a 2011 paper that studied the brains of 22 aborted babies, aged 14-22 weeks, to explore why those with Down syndrome experience mental retardation and early onset of Alzheimer's Disease. The study was funded with public money from the National Institutes of Health.

Of the 22 baby brains used for experimentation, 11 were harvested from five boys and six girls with Down syndrome, while the other 11 brains were harvested from five boys and six girls without the genetic disorder. The latter were used as control subjects during the experimentation process.

All 22 aborted babies' brains were used for experimentation within 2-4 hours after their deaths. This means that the brains were rushed to researchers who were standing by and had likely been notified that the brains were going to be available.

But the clincher is this: none of the mothers of these aborted babies consented to the use of their babies' brains in Delli-Bovi's research project.

Read this exclusive Operation Rescue report with full documentation!

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