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ORIGINS OF PRENATAL IMAGERY, FROM ENDOSCOPES TO TELESCOPES

PO Box 219 Lake Forest, CA  92609-0219 949-206-0600 www.AbortionNO.org / info@cbrinfo.org   Gregg L. Cunningham, Executive Director THE INTRICATE ORIGINS OF PRENATAL & GLOBAL IMAGERY, FROM ENDOSCOPES TO TELESCOPES CBR’s embryo and fetus pictures are derived from many smaller images “stitched” together in much the same manner NASA uses to combine satellite photo “tiles” to form a large “mosaic.” Click on image to view full screen.   ENDOSCOPES The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform’s (CBR) human embryo and fetus imagery was initially derived by teams of physician researchers and clinicians employing endoscopy (and its subsets, embryoscopy and fetoscopy) to diagnose and

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Careless Destruction of Human Lives

January 6, 2015 The San Francisco Chronicle, January 3, 2015, published a front page story headlined “Ethical issues rise in knowing babies’ genome.” It begins without much ironic awareness: “By sequencing the billions of chemical letters in a cell’s DNA, which make up the human genome, scientists may be able to better estimate the risk of a person developing cancer, heart, biochemical and metabolic diseases.” The second paragraph explains that “… while a majority of parents surveyed in a new study said they would be interested in having some – or all – of their newborn’s genome sequenced, some researchers

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EHD Documentary: Facts Speak for Themselves

Play Movie The Endowment for Human Development (EHD) does not appear to have any position on abortion (or any other bio-ethical issue for that matter), but visitors who have a functioning conscience will be impressed that their website offers an enormous body of scientific evidence which supports the baby’s claim to rights of personhood.   Play Movie This 4 week embryo is 2 weeks older than the embryos being killed to harvest their stem cells.  In 2 more weeks, his brain will be producing measurable brainwaves. CBR advocates numeric limits on in vitro creation of embryos (no more than will be

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