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President Trump Targets Researchers Using Aborted Baby Parts

In a recent step to defend the unborn, the Trump administration has announced the formation of a new board looking into the use of aborted baby parts in government-funded research.

The new National Institutes of Health (NIH) Human Fetal Tissue Research Ethics Advisory Board, spearheaded by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar, will be made up of fifteen scientists, doctors, theologians, ethicists, and attorneys.

The board will be researching the use of aborted baby parts, determine if it’s ethical and create a final report to recommend whether or not HHS should stop funding the research.

HHS announced:

“In providing advice and recommendations on these matters, the Ethics Board will consider, among other things, the use of alternative models, and review and verify the core ethical principles and procedures used in the process to obtain written voluntary informed consent for the donation of tissue.”

A recent report out of the rural state of Montana demonstrates a Hamilton clinic is importing dead babies from California for a lab associated with the Federal government, which is using the corpses to create “human mice” for AIDS research.