• womb
  • Upon finding the house of the pregnant mother, the tiktik alights on the roof from where it stretches its tongue until it is as thin as a thread and uses it to enter the womb and feast on the fetus. (wikipedia.org)
  • feticide
  • For example, the IDX procedure may be used to remove a deceased fetus (e.g. due to a miscarriage or feticide) that is developed enough to require dilation of the cervix for its extraction. (wikipedia.org)
  • tissue
  • Dexters can also be affected with PHA (Pulmonary Hypoplasia with Anasarca) which is an incomplete formation of the lungs with accumulation of a serum fluid in various parts of the tissue of the fetus. (wikipedia.org)
  • pregnant
  • Aswang (mostly, tiktik) also have a peculiar liking for the fetus of pregnant women and are said to find their quarry by the scent of the mother, which to the aswang smells like ripe jackfruit. (wikipedia.org)
  • humans
  • And even though fetuses are now afforded the disposition rights of humans, they still don't have other rights of personhood -including, for example, the right to life. (nationalreview.com)
  • child
  • A writer for TownHall.com declares that it's "Not surprising coming from someone who supports aborting a child at five months. (dallasobserver.com)
  • We're not talking about what kind of pencils PepsiCo wants to use-we are talking about exploiting the remains of an aborted child for profit," she said. (all.org)
  • The Burden" A sign holder has sex with a homeless prostitute, later advising her to stand knee-deep in water to abort her child. (wikipedia.org)
  • source
  • The presence of multiple X chromosomes and the lack of any trace of Y chromosome derived sequence suggest that the source fetus was female. (wikipedia.org)
  • bill
  • But he says that "even the biggest pro-abortion zealot" should support his bill if in fact a fetus senses pain. (latimes.com)
  • Runner said his inspiration for the bill was a British panel of medical and scientific experts, who declared in October that fetuses may sense pain as early as 26 weeks. (latimes.com)
  • children
  • In other words, PepsiCo thinks its stockholders are too stupid to understand what they are doing with the remains of aborted children," Vinnedge stated. (all.org)
  • develop
  • Today, obstetricians agree that fetuses develop the neurological equipment to perceive pain at some point during the third trimester. (latimes.com)
  • The stem cells, taken from an area near the developing spinal cord of the fetus, have the theoretical ability to develop or differentiate into any of three cell types found in the nervous system. (marymeetsdolly.com)
  • particular
  • How that particular fetus came to be aborted-- it is not a "normal" abortion, not only for its rarity but because it can only happen in extreme cases of risk to the life or health of the mother, and only with signatures of multiple independent doctors-- does not in any way represent the common form of abortion against which he is preaching. (thethinkingatheist.com)
  • These particular stem cells -- which came from the spinal cord of an 8-week-old fetus -- are neural stem cells, which have the ability to turn into different types of nerve cells. (marymeetsdolly.com)
  • cells
  • Israeli doctors pieced together the child's history: When he was 9, the family traveled to Russia, to a Moscow clinic that provided injections of neural stem cells from fetuses immature cells destined to grow into a main type of brain cells. (marymeetsdolly.com)
  • second
  • Here is the cover for the second book from my comic book Abe the Aborted Fetus written by Z.M.Thomas and drawn by Jose Carlos, produced by Trepidation Comics. (ebaumsworld.com)
  • wants
  • SACRAMENTO - Opening a provocative new front in the war over abortion, a Los Angeles County lawmaker wants to require that painkilling drugs be given to fetuses aborted during the third trimester. (latimes.com)
  • weeks
  • A baby born prematurely at 28 weeks, for example, reacts to an intravenous prick with a grimace and a cry, while a fetus of the same age may move about in utero when stuck with a needle. (latimes.com)