Pro-life Student Exposes University Professor for Teaching Fake Science About Pre-born Babies

from Personhood Alliance

SIGN THE PETITION:
PRE-BORN BABIES ARE NOT PARASITES!

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Yes, this photo is real.

On April 25th, a pro-life student at the University of California – San Diego took this picture of her professor’s presentation in an advanced biology class titled, Biology of Disease. She sent the picture to her friend, an MD candidate at Stanford, who posted the picture on Twitter where it went viral.

This professor used a legitimate and important area of cancer research as an opportunity to compare a fetus to a cancerous tumor and inject the unscientific (and dangerous) claim that pre-born babies are parasites. Rhetoric like this has been used throughout history by people in power to dehumanize and oppress those who are inconvenient, unwanted, and imperfect by society’s standards. The false claim that pre-born babies are parasites has been increasing among abortion advocates. Is it any wonder why?

SIGN OUR PETITION to send a direct message to the chancellor at UC-San Diego, Pradeep K. Khosla. Remind the chancellor that history is replete with examples where fake science has been used to spread evil ideologies. It must not continue at UC-San Diego or any other educational institution!

Sign the petition here to send a direct message

 

The Personhood Alliance is a confederation of pro-life organizations and leaders who pursue personhood as the essential strategy for restoring legal protections to every human being, from biological beginning to natural death, and who, through God’s power and grace, endeavor to uphold the biblical worldview in 21st-century politics and culture.  For more information, please use this link. 

3 thoughts on “Pro-life Student Exposes University Professor for Teaching Fake Science About Pre-born Babies

  1. David Bradley May 1, 2019 / 7:06 pm

    Is this Professor still employed at this a University?

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  2. David B. May 1, 2019 / 7:07 pm

    Is this Professor still employed at this a University?

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