Stanford using beating aborted-baby hearts on campus for research
In riveting testimony for the defense, Dr. Deisher, who holds a Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Physiology from Stanford University School of Medicine, told the court that to be harvested for research, a baby‚Äôs heart ‚Äúhas to be beating and be arrested in a relaxed position by perfusing it with a potassium solution.‚Ä¶ To be useful for research, the heart requires energy to relax after contracting, and if it runs out of energy, it is useless for research.‚ÄĚ
To clarify, the attorney for the defense asked Deisher, ‚ÄúThe fetal heart would have to be alive when dissected from the fetus?‚ÄĚ Deisher responded affirmatively saying that ‚Äúit has to be beating.‚ÄĚ The study protocol ‚ÄĒ which was approved by the Stanford University Institutional Review Board ‚ÄĒ describes the way in which ‚Äúhuman fetal hearts provided by StemExpress, Diamond Springs, California, were perfused using a Langendorff apparatus using Tyrode...
And those who exposed this are subject to horrific and unjust treatment at the hands of Planned Parenthood and their corrupt activist judge Orrick (following is an excerpt from wednesdays proceedings in San Francisco): When defense attorney Paul Jonna attempted to merely question the witness about a StemExpress training document showing the bonus structure for different types of fetal body parts, Judge Orrick cut off the line of questioning, invoking Planned Parenthood‚Äôs attorney Amy Bomse: ‚ÄúSustained. The objection that Ms. Bomse was about to make by standing up is sustained.‚ÄĚ Bomse never made an objection‚Äďall she did was stand up.