My column today on WND.com, “Hush, little fetus,” skims through the evolution of fetal pain research.
Back in the Ice Age of this sort of research, 1987, work was published in the New England Journal of Medicine , with 201 sources, by Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital corroborating that fetuses and preemies felt pain.
During the Stone Age of fetal pain research, 2000, a researcher in Neonatal Network , citing several other reputable sources, wrote of all the negative physiological and behavior responses to painful stimuli.
But in 2005, the Age of Enlightenment, abortion profiteering researches have introduced the Instant Big Pain Bang Theory, which states that nervous systems of humans only begin functioning upon delivery.
We’ve come a long way, fetus.

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