GRAPHIC CONTENT: Spine-chilling photos of UNM fetal tissue "DREAM" lab.
Updated: May 15
Graphic documents from the University of New Mexico were obtained as part of a file for the select panel on infant lives investigating trafficking fetal body parts. Those documents included the following brochures and information regarding UNM's fetal tissue "DREAM" lab. Please be advised the below content is extremely graphic.
The DREAM (*Developmental Research, Education and Mentoring) lab at UNM uses fetal tissue to perform medical research. That fetal tissue is coming from babies aborted in elective procedures.
The lab promotes itself as researching common issues in preterm infants, which in itself is not an unethical concept. Still, UNM has been caught emailing elective late-term abortion clinics requesting specific organs from babies older than 22 weeks and using those organs in their research. The UNM fetal tissue log shows a high level of incoming baby body parts, i.e., lung, brain, skin, eye, and gut. Those body parts all aligned with the organs used in the DREAM lab.
The lab ironically uses photos of living premature infants, no doubt younger than many of the babies whose parts were taken from them after their death, perhaps to show the humanity of those they are researching. The lab also uses photos of fetal organs they study, which in reality are simply photos of the remains of dissected unborn babies.
The slide below shows the reality of fetal tissue research. Over 500 babies listed in the UNM fetal tissue log alone were used for their parts in the most dehumanizing way possible; lungs, brain, retina, GI...all clearly human organs developed and intact.
Notice the second photo down on the left-hand side? Those are eyeballs, ages 14 weeks and 18 weeks, according to the lab brochure (pictured above). Those eyeballs were taken from the skulls of aborted babies. Do you not feel more grateful for your ability to see at this moment?
The DREAM lab performs research using fetal tissue from babies of all gestations, which only heightens concerns about UNM requesting body parts from specific age groups.
The lab has a particular interest in brain matter, again confirming the ethical conflict of UNM obtaining the brain of at least one woman's baby without her consent.
The DREAM lab is just one example of where aborted baby parts are transported for medical research. Medical research, such as this, can and should be done using ethically sourced fetal tissue from naturally deceased infants whose parents fully consent to their child's body being used to advance medical science further. Targeting abortion clinics with requests for organs from babies who have not yet been aborted is highly unethical and only incentivizes abortion providers to encourage a woman to follow through with her abortion.
The Department of Justice needs to take action against UNM for the atrocities and crimes they display in their own promotional material. These crimes of trafficking baby body parts is a wide-scale issue affecting multiple states and proving aborted babies are being provided by doctors from both private and very public abortion providers.
Abortion On Trial will be joining an event at the DOJ in Washington, D.C. on October 8th to demand action be taken against the numerous parties involved in America's fetal trafficking ring. Get more information or support our efforts by clicking HERE.