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Caesarean sections and induced abortions to describe the pancreas of foetuses


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In an experiment during 2017 five pregnant female beagles had their young torn from their insides prematurely, to sacrifice the foetuses for the sole purpose of dissecting their pancreases and to observe their level of development in utero.

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For Dr. André Ménache, these analyses could just as easily have been performed on foetuses born from spontaneous abortions. Instead, female beagles, so sensitive and soft by nature, but even more so given their condition, had theirs bellies cut open! Caesareans were given without any health reasons for them or their young. What's more, any significant incision of the abdomen can lead to discomfort and pain, not to mention the possible depression following the removal of their foetuses! Their youngsters were killed when they could have become perfect companions in life, happy and loving, in good health.

The scientists for their part do not intend to stop there, considering that it would be necessary to determine when a pancreas begins to function in life...

Source: Anat Rec (Hoboken). 2017 Aug;300(8):1429-1438. doi: 10.1002/ar.23595. Epub 2017 Mar 27. Development of the Endocrine Pancreas in the Beagle Dog: From Fetal to Adult Life. Bricout-Neveu E, Pechberty S, Reynaud K, Maenhoudt C, José Lecomte M, Ravassard P, Czernichow P.

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mireille | Friday 16 March 2018

Ils font vraiment n'importe quoi, je me demande dans quelle mesure cela leur apporte des renseignements utiles si ce n'est qu'un comportement sadique et cruel !!!!!!!!!!!

Aloha | Friday 16 March 2018

Honteux, scandaleux, écoeurant.
Il faut que cesse ces experimentations.

JENECOMPRENDSPLUS | Friday 16 March 2018

IL FAUT ARRETER

Denis | Friday 16 March 2018

Ce que je sais de l'experimentation sur les animaux et sur les humains en 2018, c'est que ce n'est plus nécessaire. Il existe aujourd'hui d'autres méthodes et moyens pour obtenir des résultats.