Thursday, May 21, 2015

DEMANDS these experiments to STOP - Abortion Studies - University of Hawaii

The abortion study is entitled “Effects of Oxytocin on Bleeding Outcomes During Dilation and Evacuation.” Abortion patients must be from 18-24 weeks gestation and from 14-50 years old. Drs Kaneshiro and Whitehouse will measure how much each patient bleeds during her abortion, based on whether or not intravenous oxytocin is provided to her.

The stated purpose of the study indicates their aim to identify ways to decrease a mother's blood loss during a dilation and extraction abortion. Commonly used for second trimester abortions, the D & E method uses scissors or other instruments to rip apart an unborn baby while it is still in the womb, and then suctions out the various organs and dismembered parts. Typically medication is needed to reduce bleeding in the mother who undergoes this gruesome procedure.

In this study, they are performing "randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trials" to determine the affect of oxytocin's routine use during a D&E.

Simply put, some patients receive oxytocin during the abortion to control bleeding while others do not.  They then monitor a variety of outcomes, including blood loss at the time of the procedure, complication rates and pain levels afterwards.  The study is being done by the University of Hawaii in collaboration with Society of Family Planning and the University of Washington. 

Help us STOP this Human Sacrifices directed at our young girls.  Come and show your total support on stopping this unnecessary experimentation.  We need to save their girls from unnecessary pain and possibly even death.

Join us as we celebrate Memorial Day on Monday, May 25, 2015 as we raise our Flags and our signs to show our solidarity on the value and worth of HUMAN LIFE.

Where:          University of Hawaii at Manoa,
                        corner of University and Dole….parking at                               same location
When:             Monday, May 25, 2015
Time:              8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Parking:         We will take care of all parking charges
Refreshments will be served.  To ensure that we have enough food, please confirm your attendance by emailing either
Mei at   or Helen

                                Or call (808) 92-ALOHA

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