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post #121 of 122 (permalink) Old 12-06-2016, 05:57 PM
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1. Which means probably 5% or less is sold based on the sheer volume of samples taken.

So always means 5%.

2. However PP wants to sell 100% of fetus because it is a profit center for them.

3. This law cuts into their profits, so they are against it. They wont cut abortions, which is their primary mission. They will claim the law hurts their ability to provide cancer screening.

4. That is simply creative accounting and a lie. It is a lie because it proves they are co-mingling funds. And that proves government (taxpayer) funds are used to support their abortion business.

Point 1, I couldn't find an actual number but your 5% sounds very wrong considering teaching hospitals are forming consortiums to catalogue and list various tissue and blood samples available to reasearch. The fees charges are NOT for making profit but to offset the cost of storing handling and shipping. Which is the exact practice some of the PP clinics follow.
Point. 2, FALSE.
Point 3. This law isn't based on accepted scientific standards but is meant to take another nibble from Roe v Wade. So yes, PP is against it. It has nothing to do with profits.
Point. 4. False.


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Point 1, I couldn't find an actual number but your 5% sounds very wrong considering teaching hospitals are forming consortiums to catalogue and list various tissue and blood samples available to reasearch. The fees charges are NOT for making profit but to offset the cost of storing handling and shipping. Which is the exact practice some of the PP clinics follow.

Over 5,500 hospitals in the US. Around 400 are academic medical centers. Even if every single sample taken in these institutions was preserved and cataloged we would be at about 7%. I have no idea why you are insisting that all this stuff is getting collected but the truth is only a tiny portion of samples ever gets preserved. The money trail for these particular samples is future research and what it develops. The money trail is much more direct for fetal tissue.

Point. 2, FALSE.

You are correct. PP does not want the whole fetus. Muscle and bone tissue is mostly worthless to research. Some organs have value. Of particular interest to researches and worth the most money is intact brain tissue. They don't want macerated grey matter either. So, the game changes when you want to extract intact brains. Not so comfy for the female 'tissue' donor.

Point 3. This law isn't based on accepted scientific standards but is meant to take another nibble from Roe v Wade. So yes, PP is against it. It has nothing to do with profits.

I don't know what you mean by this statement. Is this about "everybody collects all the specimens" argument? Please explain 'accepted scientific standards'. And your last sentence....I laughed.

Point. 4. False.

Why is that a false statement? I looked for but have not been able to uncover any accounting from PP that they sequester these funds. If you have that info I'd really like to see it.
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