Aborted Babies’ Chests Were Cut Open in Grisly Experiments While Their Hearts Were Beating

National   |   Sarah Terzo   |   Aug 18, 2016   |   7:14PM   |   Washington, DC

The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology published an article on an experiment done at Stanford University Hospital by Dr. Robert C Goodlin where the chests of aborted babies were cut open while they were alive to observe their beating hearts. The babies were kept in incubators.

“The thorax [chest] was opened and the heart was observed directly. When the heart was beating, the fetus was returned to the chamber and the experiment was resumed.”

The longest any of the babies survived was 11 hours. Such experimentation on living aborted children was made illegal in the US, though it may still go on in other countries.

Citation: Robert C. Goodlin “Cutaneous Respiration in a Fetal Incubator” American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 86 (July 1, 1963): 574

OBGYN talks about dismembering preborn baby

University of California obgyn Sadra Goldsmith:

“The gynecologist is aware of being the active agent in a D&E procedure [because he/she] is the one who is crushing and dismembering the fetus.”

Citation: “MD Shun 16th Week D&E as Reminder of Destroyed Fetus” Medical Tribune January 25, 1978, p 9

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