StemExpress Cuts Ties With Planned Parenthood After Video

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StemExpress, a biomedical company that has admitted to working with Planned Parenthood in California in the retrieval of body parts and organs of aborted babies, has said it will cut its ties with the nation’s largest abortion provider.

In the wake of undercover investigative videos showing Planned Parenthood top medical personnel discussing the harvesting of body parts of aborted babies for potential sale to StemExpress and other companies, StemExpress has become entangled in what could be Planned Parenthood’s illegal trafficking of fetal tissue and organs, reports Politico.

As Breitbart News reported on Thursday, the Superior Court of the State of California ruled that StemExpress has no right to access the journalistic materials of the video producer Center for Medical Progress (CMP), which were used to expose Planned Parenthood’s practices of harvesting baby organs for potential sale.

StemExpress attempted to block the release of several documents posted on the CMP website, including a price list for baby parts.

Both the House Energy and Commerce committee and the Senate Judiciary committee have asked StemExpress to explain its practices and relationship with Planned Parenthood.

The founder and CEO of StemExpress, Cate Dyer, is also the sister of Charlotte Ivancic, the health policy director of House Speaker John Boehner.


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