More Targeted Deaths in the Womb

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More Targeted Deaths in the Womb

Bradley Mattes   |   April 15, 2016

New research from the University of Cambridge is getting attention.  Doctors have found tests on mice embryos early in pregnancy showed abnormal cells but they were born without any disability.  The research shows the embryo has an amazing ability to correct these cells, even when half of them show a genetic abnormality.  The author of this research experienced this situation when a quarter of her son’s cells showed problems early in pregnancy, but Simon was born healthy.  And now a new, noninvasive blood test to identify problems early in pregnancy may increase the number of abortion tragedies on “normal” children.  Regardless babies should be loved and respected, not killed.  When you stand on solid pro-life principles, it makes this discussion a moot point.

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