posted on Dec, 12 2006 @ 08:51 AM
First of all the article at the end say,
It could possibly be a result of harvesting stem cells from bone marrow.
This is just a speculation about the bodies.
Now the way the article is written is obviously targeting stem cells research and particularly that Ukraine As the self-styled stem cell capital of
Pretty fishy, but is nothing wrong with finding why certain place may have a higher incident of full term babies death.
The way the bodies of the babies has been found is something to be concern.
If the story is not been sensationalized
I wonder who the One campaigner was
that was allowed into the autopsy to gather video evidence. She has given that footage to the BBC and
Council of Europe.
So it seems like some people in a mission.
The council of Europe
while a very good organization that seek the treatment of human rights is also against the use or misused of stem cell
They are looking to get legislation against tampering with early form of human life
In other words they need provable cause to purse that legislation, so perhaps anything that has to do with death of human babies or embryos will be in
their agenda to stop or to redefine what will be allowed ethically with stem cell research.
Council of Europe and European Union legislation, based on fundamental ethical principles, does exist for specific issues, such as prohibition
against producing embryos solely for research.
Interesting article but more interesting who is pursuing the story.
and how it made it to the news.