VIDEO ‘Adult-Like Nerves In Young Embryos Affirming, Likelihood Of Fetal Pain – New Undercover PP video

New Research: ‘Adult-Like Nerves In Very Young  Embryos Affirming The Likelihood Of Fetal Pain

baby in womb

 

May 24, 2017 By Arina Grossu

 

This new research shows that the nervous system of an embryo is quite complex by the time most women find out they are pregnant.

study published in March 2017 reveals “adult-like” pattern of nerves established before the end of the first trimester. This new dose of science and technology should inform our fetal pain debate.

The study generated 3D images at the cellular level of actual human embryos ranging from 6 to 14 weeks gestation (4 to 12 weeks post-fertilization), as never before seen. These images show nerve, muscular, cardiovascular, and other organ system development. The results are incredible. For example, below is an image of the complex peripheral nerves of an embryo at 7 to 8 weeks gestation (5-6 weeks post-fertilization):

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The second image shows the nerves on the right hand of embryos from 7-11 weeks gestation (5-9 weeks post-fertilization). Even at 7 weeks gestation, the development is quite advanced—even more so at 11 weeks. All of this is happening in the first trimester!

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What this new research shows is that the nervous system of an embryo is quite complex even by 5 weeks post-fertilization when quite often, the mom is only finding out that she is pregnant after missing her first period. We already know that “pain receptors appear around the mouth at 4 to 5 weeks post-fertilization, followed by the development of nerve fibers, which carry stimuli to the brain. Around 6 weeks post-fertilization, the unborn child first responds to touch. By 18 weeks post-fertilization, pain receptors have appeared throughout the body.”

We also know that there is no question, biologically speaking, about whether an unborn child can feel pain by 20 weeks post-fertilization at the very latest, since by then they have the full anatomy to process pain and also the neurobiology to transmit painful sensations to the brain and to perceive pain. Studies show that babies can feel pain by their increased hormonal stress response and by wincing when they are exposed to painful stimuli.

It should come as no surprise that it is common practice for doctors to administer anesthesia before performing in-utero surgeries on preborn babies. When administered, anesthesia decreases the stress response in preborn babies when compared to their hormone levels when painful stimuli are applied without any anesthesia. Twenty states have already passed laws banning abortions after 18 or 20 weeks post-fertilization because of the capacity for unborn children to experience pain, with Iowa being the latest to pass such legislation.

A few weeks ago, people gathered for the March for Science. If we are to be honest, science shows us the clear-cut reality and complexity of embryonic development in the earliest weeks of the first trimester. This is an inconvenient reality for those who rely on ideology instead of science to deny the humanity of preborn children and their capacity to feel pain.

In our culture, there are those who will have more compassion for animals than for babies who are given a death sentence because of their age and location. We will continue to fight until every one of these vulnerable preborn babies are protected — by our laws and our culture. It is not enough to recognize that these children feel pain when aborted; we must empower those around us to make life-affirming choices. Only then will our nation become one where it is safe to be in the womb.

This article first appeared at CareNet.

First published at FRC Blog

http://barbwire.com/2017/05/24/new-research-adult-like-nerves-young-embryos-affirming-likelihood-fetal-pain/


HORRIFIC: New undercover Planned Parenthood footage released, most damning yet

May 24, 2017 by Sam J.

The Center for Medical Progress has released more damning undercover footage of Planned Parenthood, and honestly this is some of the most heartless and horrific footage we have seen yet.

From The National Review:

This latest video is a preview of footage that CMP investigators gathered at the 2014 and 2015 National Abortion Federation conventions, attended by hundreds of members of the abortion industry each year. (The NAF is a major trade group of North American abortion providers, and Planned Parenthood makes up about 50 percent of its members and leadership.)

Warning: This footage is absolutely awful.

Horrific: New Undercover Planned Parenthood Footage Released, Most Damning Yet

Full transparency, we couldn’t watch the whole video because the editor writing this was in tears.

There are truly no words except …

DEFUND PLANNED PARENTHOOD.

http://twitchy.com/samj-3930/2017/05/25/horrific-new-undercover-planned-parenthood-footage-released-most-damning-yet-video/


Related

http://barbwire.com/2017/05/24/state-department-expands-trumps-pro-life-policy/

https://www.thenewamerican.com/culture/faith-and-morals/item/26110-new-undercover-video-shows-planed-parenthood-executives-in-grisly-conversations-about-aborted-babies-selling-body-parts

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12 Responses to VIDEO ‘Adult-Like Nerves In Young Embryos Affirming, Likelihood Of Fetal Pain – New Undercover PP video

  1. hocuspocus13 says:

    Laughing over a dead fetus

    Body parts for profit

    These people are sick

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  2. hocuspocus13 says:

    …PS…good news is that many Planned Parenthood butcher shoppes are closing down

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  3. Brittius says:

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  5. mobiuswolf says:

    Nothing printable to add. $#%@%$@

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