Race for Cure Funds Planned Parenthood

Pro-lifers launch “Race for the Unborn” in Mississippi.  Proceeds go toward Personhood Amendment.

A large group of Mississippi home schoolers and their parents who frequently run for charitable causes signed up for the Komen race.  But after learning that Komen chapters gave more than $700,000 to Planned Parenthood in one year alone, they backed out and asked for a refund.

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Mississippi Runners Get Komen Refund After Seeing Planned Parenthood Gifts.

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Fetal Cells In Cosmetic Research

(Tennessee)  American Life League has learned from an ALL Associate, Children of God for Life, that fetal skin cells are being used in cosmetic research in Switzerland.

Children of God for Life is calling on rival cosmetic companies to take advantage of some free advertising by their company.

“We know there are companies using moral sources for collagen and skin proteins. We intend to publicly promote these other cosmetic companies competing with Neocutis that are willing to step forward and contact us.”

Meanwhile Vinnedge advises women who are using Neocutis products to throw them in the garbage and to contact the company to express their concerns.

In addition she advised, “Contact some of these competing companies and ask them to verify their products are morally produced.  If they are willing to commit to it in writing, they will get our endorsement.”

Contact Neocutis:

Neocutis Inc.
3053 Fillmore Street # 140
San Francisco CA 94123
Phone: 1-866-636-2884

Website:  http://www.neocutis.com/modules.php?modid=4

Further Information is published at the following links:
http://infoscience.epfl.ch/record/129015/files/ExpGer-Lee(2009).pdf
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17269452
http://www.neocutis.com/categories.php?catid=11
http://www.neocutis.com/article.php?sid=15

 

NEOCUTIS – TECHNOLOGY – PSP® in cosmetic research.

Sunstein: Take organs from ‘helpless patients’

World Net Daily

TEL AVIV – President Obama’s newly confirmed regulatory czar defended the possibility of removing organs from terminally ill patients without their permission.

Cass Sunstein also has strongly pushed for the removal of organs from deceased individuals who did not explicitly consent to becoming organ donors.

In his 2008 book, “Nudge: Improving Decisions about Health, Wealth and Happiness,” Sunstein and co-author Richard Thaler discussed multiple legal scenarios regarding organ donation. One possibility presented in the book, termed by Sunstein as “routine removal,” posits that “the state owns the rights to body parts of people who are dead or in certain hopeless conditions, and it can remove their organs without asking anyone’s permission.”

“Though it may sound grotesque, routine removal is not impossible to defend,” wrote Sunstein. “In theory, it would save lives, and it would do so without intruding on anyone who has any prospect for life.”

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