Bioethical company studying possible aborted fetal cell vaccine/autism link

October 26, 2011 09:00 AM

For years, pro-life donors have faced an increasingly common dilemma: a desire to support worthy biomedical research to find cures for diseases like cancer and heart disease without violating their moral or pro-life convictions.  “Unfortunately, most people would be shocked if they knew the extent to which fresh aborted fetal tissue and aborted fetal cell lines are used in biomedical research,” says Debi Vinnedge, Executive Director of Children of God for Life [an American Life League Associate group], an industry watchdog group.  “In fact, it is so widespread there are actually few, if any, institutions that pro-life people can donate to in good conscience.”  Until now.  Sound Choice Pharmaceutical Institute, (SCPI) of Seattle, Washington says it is the only non-profit biomedical research institute that refuses to use any morally objectionable research method at any step in the process.


To continue reading click here.

Back to news