Federal contract requires university to obtain aborted-baby parts for research

Federal contract requires university to obtain aborted-baby parts for research
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[Ed. – Nearly $14 million of U.S. taxpayer money was committed to this contract with UC-San Francisco.  The complicity of UC-San Francisco in abortion-connected research has been noted in some of our previous reporting, including this 2015 post on its link to a “research” effort in Hawaii involving abortion trials on girls as young as 14.]

A federal contract that the National Institutes of Health signed with the University of California at San Francisco requires UCSF to obtain body parts from unborn babies to make at least two types of “humanized mice,” according to “the statement of work” included in the contract solicitation published by NIH.

“The actual total amount of this contract, including all options, is $13,799,501 for a full performance period through December 5, 2020,” the NIH said in response to an inquiry from CNSNews.com. “We have obligated $9,554,796 to date.”

This NIH contract was originally signed with UCSF for a one-year periodstarting on Dec. 6, 2013 with the government retaining the option to renew the contract for up to six additional one-year periods running through Dec. 5, 2020. The next renewal deadline is Dec. 5 of this year.

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