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When a woman leaves an abortion clinic, she has no idea what happens to her dead baby and almost no incentive to find out. Furthermore, if she decided to pursue the issue it may prove difficult for her to ever determine for certain whether her unborn baby’s corpse was thrown in a garbage bin, incinerated, carried off by a medical waste company, or used for scientific research. 1


Whilst abortion clinics admit that the human remains of aborted babies are incinerated, the reality is, regardless of what they say happens to these dead infants, it is hard for someone to prove otherwise. What has become apparent though, is not all aborted babies are incinerated.

Over the years a number of scientists have depended on body parts for research. They believe these body parts (“fetal tissue”) hold the key to breakthroughs for diseases, such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, that affect thousands of people. But the public is largely unaware of the way the laundry list of body parts for scientific research is filled and those in the fetal research business and abortion industry seem glad to keep it this way. 2


Selling and using dead babies has become a growing industry - for the abortion clinics and also for universities and bio tech companies, as they carry out “foetal” research in the attempt to make medical breakthroughs. The following are examples of this:




New Documents Prove Planned Parenthood Illegally Profited From Selling Aborted Baby Parts  - by Steven Ertelt


New documents produced by a Congressional committee [April 2016] show the Planned Parenthood abortion business profited from the sales of aborted baby parts. The documents provide more evidence that a Center for Medical Progress video already put forward that the abortion company is violating federal law prohibiting the profiting from the sales of body parts from aborted children.



The Center for Medical Progress released an expose’ video earlier this year that caught the Planned Parenthood abortion business apparently using illegal accounting tricks to hide profits generated from the sale of aborted baby parts.


The video at Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast’s massive Houston abortion clinic and documents from a Texas Public Information Act request show how Planned Parenthood used accounting gimmicks to hide its illegal sale of body parts from aborted babies. The video highlights previously overlooked footage from the April 9, 2015 site visit of investigative journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt from The Center for Medical Progress to the abortion facility.

Read entire article >> HERE




In 2003, the Medical Journal of Australia printed an article:

Use of human fetal tissue for biomedical research in Australia, 1994-2002, which admits to the practice of fetal research in Australia. It states:


"From 1994 to 2002, 19 separate biomedical researchers at 12 separate Australian institutions (four universities, six major teaching hospitals and two research institutes) used human fetal tissue in their research. … There was an increase in the use of bone/cartilage during 1996-2001, kidneys during 1996-1999, and liver and spinal cord over the past 4 years.

"From 1994 to 2002, the tissue was used exclusively for biomedical research. In the previous decade, it was also used for therapeutic purposes, in an attempt to replenish ß cells in people with type 1 diabetes. …


"The research projects for which human fetal tissues were used included tissue development, mechanism of action of viruses, transplantation studies to treat insulin-dependent diabetes, complications of high glucose levels, drug testing, and the use of feeder cells for maintaining human embryonic stem cells in an undifferentiated state. As this research could not have been done with tissue from animals, it provided valuable information that is specific to humans. 3

"Whilst Australian federal law prohibits the sale or trade of human tissue or body parts, questions are being raised whether certain research institutions have found ways to make it worthwhile for abortion clinics to supply their centres with fetal parts or whole bodies. The “arrangements” between those research institutions requiring fetal parts and abortion clinics which have a ready supply of fetuses, appears to be intentionally obscured."




Another article published in 2014, describes more current research using aborted babies from the King Edward Memorial Hospital in Perth. Samples were taken from the brains of 2 16-week baby boys, and research was approved by the Princess Margaret Hospital for Children's Human Ethics Committee. Additionally, 50 samples of brain tissue from babies aborted at 22-33 weeks were imported from the US for this experiment. This research also involved the use of stem cells derived from three human embryos.



In all of this, we must ask: “Whatever happened to the human race? What have we become, that we would deliberately kill a child in the womb and then incinerate or use her tiny body for research?”

Speaking out in defence of the unborn, Dr Francis A Schaeffer said:

"Times of monstrous inhumanity do not come about all at once; they are slipped into gradually. … Mankind’s selfishness and greed can be counted on to widen every breach, exploiting each to the fullest for selfish purposes." 4




 Hitler’s undesirables                            Australia’s undesirables

 Copyright © 2010   The Centre for Bio-    ethical Reform   Used with permission





In Hitler’s holocaust, the Jews and other undesirables were considered human waste to be used for slave labour, bizarre research, or disposed of in trenches or cremation ovens. In Australia’s holocaust, it is the unborn babies who are considered waste – their little bodies seen as tissue to be used for research, or disposed of in rubbish bins or incinerators. 5


1  Redefining Choice: The Use Of Aborted Babies in Australia
2  Kelly Patricia O’Meara Harvesting Those Fetal Body Parts Insight Magazine, 25/10/99
3  Medical Journal of Australia (eMJA); B Tuch, H Scott, P Armati, M Tablin & L Wang: Use of human fetal tissue for biomedical research in Australia, 1994-2002, MJA 2003, 179(10):547-550
4  Francis A Schaeffer: The Complete Works of Francis A Schaeffer – Whatever Happened to the Human Race? Vol 5, Crossway Books1981, p345
5  Kelly Patricia O’Meara Harvesting Those Fetal Body Parts Insight Magazine, 25/10/99