Future doctors being trained that unborn babies are “parasites” in the body

Thursday, May 2, 2019
By Paul Martin

by: Ethan Huff NaturalNews.com
Wednesday, May 01, 2019

Is an unborn human baby the same thing as a deadly parasite or a cancerous tumor? According to Professor Pascal Gagneux from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine, unborn human life and these two deadly diseases are basically one and the same.

As reported by The College Fix, Prof. Gagneux recently put up a slide during one of his lectures comparing what he claims are the similarities between “fetuses and cancers” – insinuating that unborn human babies are a parasite or cancer inside their mothers’ bodies.

Dylan Griswold, a medical student who attends Stanford University in Northern California, recently went public with a photo of the slide in question, which he says he obtained from a friend who’s actually enrolled in Prof. Gagneux’s class.

As you can see in the photo, which Griswold shared to Twitter, Prof. Gagneux wrote in the slide that a human fetus is “a legitimate parasite” because it “rapidly grows,” “invades” the mother’s body, “manipulates immunity of mother,” and “reshapes blood vessels.”

Just like cancer, Prof. Gagneux maintains, a human fetus “crashes the party!!!” by doing all of the same things – the message to the future doctors and nurses enrolled in his class being that unborn human life isn’t something to be cherished and celebrated, but rather “treated” or “exterminated” as a type of disease.

“I’m speechless,” Griswold commented about the photo, which was reportedly taken during Prof. Gagneux’s “Biology of Disease” class.

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One Response to “Future doctors being trained that unborn babies are “parasites” in the body”

  1. laura ann

    Women that don’t want kids need to get sterilized, newer insured simple procedure.

    #3923000

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