Yesterday, Colorado State University (CSU) officially denied purchasing aborted baby body parts for research after LifeNews exposed CSU via a shipping order from the university to StemExpress purchasing aborted baby body parts. In fact, CSU spokesman Kyle Henley told aColorado newspaper that the university does “not obtain or use full organs or body parts for research.”

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However, in a 2013 scholarly journal from CSU, researcher Ramesh Akkina explains that they routinely use human fetal liver for virus research.

The information was published in the journal, Virology, and the researcher titled the work, “New generation humanized mice for virus research: Comparative aspects and future prospects.” The journal reveals that the research was published by the Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Pathology at CSU, the same department Stem Express shipped the aborted baby body parts to after CSU ordered them.

Written by SARAH ZAGORSKI- Life News
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