Episode 63 | “Blood Doping” & Aborted Baby Parts
Episode Synopsis:

This week, we discuss a few news stories that has everyone talking online. First, we discuss the suspension of Olympic athlete Briana McNeal, how other athletes feel pressure to have abortions, and the little known practice of “blood doping.” Finally, we discuss how Pro-Life San Francisco exposed UC San Francisco’s harvesting of aborted baby genitalia, and the University’s connection to billionaire Warren Buffett.

Episode Duration: 24 min

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In This Episode We Discuss:
  1. Greetings (00:24)
  2. The Olympic athlete that is trending in the news (00:40)
  3. “Blood Doping” & other reasons women get pregnant on purpose and have abortions (2:10)
  4. UC San Francisco found harvesting aborted baby ‘genitalia’ (11:41)
  5. The Buffet Connection (16:20)
  6. The tenacity of the pro-life movement (19:25)
  7. Closing Statements (23:40)

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