Documents show Planned Parenthood agreed to swap baby parts for intellectual property rights: Report

Mar 8, 2024 | Political News

Planned Parenthood entered into a “biological material transfer agreement” with the University of California, San Diego, whereby Planned Parenthood would transfer human body parts in exchange for intellectual property rights over patents resulting from subsequent experiments, according to a report from the Center for Medical Progress.

The CMP — a pro-life activist organization David Daleiden founded — said it obtained the documents through a public records request.

According to the agreement, the regional abortion outfit — then called the Planned Parenthood of San Diego and Riverside Counties — would provide “certain proprietary biological materials” to investigators at the university “for the purpose of deriving cell lines from and determining gene expression, genomic, and epigenomic profiles of the Materials.”

The “proprietary biological materials” are clearly defined in the agreement as “fetal and placental tissue,” otherwise known as human baby parts.