Endangered: Our Future in Peril details the staggering impact of abortion across the globe as well as the foundational reasons it is becoming so widespread. Endangered reaches out to men and women considering abortion and educates them on the humanity of the preborn child and the consequences of abortion for women and men. It also goes more in depth to examine forced abortion, maternal mortality, feminism, and the funders and providers of abortion.
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1. Recent technological advances in sonograms and 3-dimensional imaging give overwhelming support to the humanity of the pre-born.
2. "If a fertilized egg is not by itself a full human being, it could never become a man, because something would have to be added to it, and we know that does not happen." - Jerome Lejeune, Genetics Professor
Previously, animal studies where they did autopsies of brain strata after fetal tissue implants led the researchers to opine that fetal brain tissue transplants might improve symptoms although human studies had only suggested a small and temporary improvement in disease progress.
In the current study, an autopsy of the brains of three Huntington's patients who got fetal brain tissue transplants 10 years previous, found that the transplanted tissue degenerated more rapidly than the patients' own brain tissue. These findings, stated the researchers, "raise uncertainty about this potential therapeutic approach" for treating Huntington's.
REF: JAMA, August 19, 2009 - Vol 302, No. 7
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