A little known federal contract signed by the National Institutes of Health with the University of California, San Francisco requires the college to make “humanized mice” using the body parts of aborted babies.
The contract, which is up for renewal December 5, 2018, creates a demand for aborted babies and is costing U.S. taxpayers $13,799,501.00; a move that is not only offensive to many people, but also raises serious questions about what the previous administration was doing with U.S. tax money.
The NIH calls the contract “Humanized Mouse Models for HIV Therapeutics Development.”
Many people are sickened by the fact that it requires “late-term” aborted children for completion.
The Obama-era agreement began on December 6, 2013, and the government retains the option to renew it for up to six years, until December 2020.
CNSNews obtained the “Statement of Work” and sent sixteen questions to the Department of Health and Human Services and the University of California. The response was nothing short of horrific.
Basically, the university is using baby parts to research HIV and supposedly provide possible cures.
A passage from an article in Pathogens, February 2017, details how research “conducted under the NIH contract with UCSF used intestines from babies aborted at 18 to 24 weeks in gestational age.”
It stated that that “human fetal intestines” were used to create “SCID-hu gut mice” and “were obtained from women with normal pregnancies before elective termination for nonmedical reasons.”
The statement of work argues, “Specifically, the contractor shall: … Obtain the necessary human fetal tissues for use under the contract, consistently and reliably, and in accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and Local guidelines and regulations regarding the use of human fetal tissues.”
It also explains that the contractor is specifically required to “ensure the quality” of that tissue, as well as make two different types of “humanized” mice, using “human fetal thymus and liver” in constructing them.
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