Growing Mice Embryos in Jars

Scientists recently announced they’ve made an exciting breakthrough.  But in reality, they opened the door to abhorrent experimentation on humans.  Researchers grew mice embryos in glass jars to halfway through pregnancy gestation.  But their sights are on something bigger and more menacing.  They’ve publicly stated their ultimate goal is to have success with human embryos.  Recently scientists issued a call to drop the 14-day limit on experimentation with human embryos, which would then likely expand to nearly five weeks when the baby’s heart is beating, and the brain undergoes some of its most rapid growth.  Humans, regardless of size, age and development, should not be used for experimentation but respected from fertilization to natural death.

 


 

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