Catholic Scientist Helps Expose Planned Parenthood

Posted on September 11, 2015

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An Insider’s Perspective

Theresa Deisher helped to prepare David Daleiden for his role as a biomedical representative, teaching him the ins and outs of the field.

She holds a Ph.D. in molecular and cellular physiology from Stanford University and worked for more than 20 years in the commercial biomedical industry. As her respect for the unborn grew, so did her intolerance for working in a field where experimenting on material from aborted babies is rampant. She is now the president of Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute and CEO of AVM Biotechnology; both companies have a mission to end the use of aborted babies in biomedical research.

“It is legal for Planned Parenthood to charge ‘processing fees’ for harvesting the parts of aborted babies, but it is not legal to sell to them, and she [Nucatola] did saysell in the video,” Deisher noted.

Whether the babies are born alive is a crucial question, according to Deisher. “In order to get good heart tissue, it has to be processed within five minutes of death. I bet the gruesome fact is that many of those babies are alive when they are harvested.”

She also noted that Nucatola talks about going for the calvarian — the top of the head. “They can’t get that with the head inside, so is the baby alive when they collect it?”

At the core of the problem, according to Deisher, is the belief that using fetal material is necessary for research. “Once we turn a blind eye to the baby being a person or say we are only going to do it once,” she said, “the flood gates are opened.”

Deisher described the use of the first tissue from an aborted baby as the opening of a Pandora’s box that won’t close now.

“People don’t want to walk the hard walk or to look like they are not progressive,” she said. “But what is progressive about taking a baby and chopping it up to make vaccines or do research?”

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