The University of Hawaii is conducting government trials on girls as young as 14-years-old to see if the drug Oxytocin will help prevent heavy bleeding during an abortion. Not only are they preforming abortions on teenage girls, but they are giving some of them placebos instead of Oxytocin and endangering them further.
The purpose of these tests as listed on the National Institute of Health's Government Trials website reads:Currently, there is very little research to identify ways to decrease blood loss during D&E (dilation and evacuation) procedures. The objective is to determine whether routine use of intravenous oxytocin will improve bleeding outcomes at the time of D&E at 18-24-weeks gestation. To evaluate the hypothesis, investigators will perform a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial. The patient will be followed until discharged from the postoperative care unit during which time patient satisfaction, pain score and postoperative bleeding will be assessed.
Reading the government website
about these trials brought back memories of the day I walked the grounds of Auschwitz and Birkenau in Poland and saw remnants of the abominable tests that the Nazis performed on the Jews. To think that our government is now involved in such insanity sends chills down my spine; they have allowed America's daughters to become lab rats for the abortion industry. As a father of a teenage daughter, I cringe to think that a university and our government can conduct these kinds of dangerous experiments on my 14-year-old daughter and do it without parental consent or knowledge of the experiment.
The very nature of these trials is further evidence of the dangers of abortion, as we have seen with the recent deaths of young women like Tonya Reaves, Lakisha Wilson and so many more. Just read through the list of women who are being killed by so called "safe and legal" abortions at http://www.safeandlegal.com
.Â Not only does abortion kill an innocent human baby, but it endangers women.
In her book,Recall Abortion
, Janet Morana explores the dangers of abortion and what it does to women. Janet clearly shows us that we don't need tests to try and make this barbaric practice safer, we need to protect women and babies by abolishing abortion altogether.