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ISO research subjects

The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania Dept. of Neurology is
looking for healthy, normal subjects to participate in language/memory
subjects.  Compensation ranges from $7-12/hour, studies last a minimum of
1 1/2 hrs.

*English must be the first language you learned
*You must be right handed
*You must not be taking sedatives/antidepressants
*You must not suffer from seizures or any neurological condition
*You must not be claustrophobic or have metal in your body (for MRI studies)

If you are interested, please call Ayanna: 215-349-5863

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  1. admin says:

    Number of purposeful health care industry deaths per year?

    Number of purposeful gun deaths per year (all age groups)?

    Edward M. Kloza MS, CGC
    ekl…@fbr.org

  2. admin says:

    Ed Kloza wrote in message …
    >Number of purposeful health care industry deaths per year?

    _____________

    Looking at intentional deaths by physicians, including say, pulling the
    plug on "brain dead" people with beating hearts, pulling the plug on living
    people whose quality of life isn’t up to physician’s standards, starving
    microencephalic babies to harvest fresher organs, drowning or beating to
    death living children 10 feet away from their mothers because of botched
    partial birth abortions (see Mona Charon article below),  cutting organs out
    of people with beating hearts,
    thus killing them, and abortions in general, I would estimate
    approximately 1,500,000 people are intentionally killed by physicians per
    year in the U.S.  Divide that by the estimated number of physicians in the
    U.S. (700,000) and we get 2.1428571 people intentionally killed by
    physicians, per year, in the U.S.  Inversely, we get 1 person intentionally
    killed by a physician each year in the U.S. for every 0.4666667 physicians
    in the U.S.

    ________________

    Body Parts for Sale
    by Mona Charen, November 9, 1999

    "Kelly" (a pseudonym) was a medical technician working for a firm that
    trafficked in baby body parts. This is not a bad joke. Nor is it the
    hysterical propaganda of an interest group. It was reported in The American
    Enterprise magazine — the intelligent, thought-provoking and utterly
    trustworthy publication of the American Enterprise Institute.
    The firm Kelly worked for collected fetuses from clinics that performed
    late-term abortions. She would dissect the aborted fetuses in order to
    obtain "high-quality" parts for sale. They were interested in blood, eyes,
    livers, brains and thymuses, among other things.
    "What we did was to have a contract with an abortion clinic that would allow
    us to go there on certain days. We would get a generated list each day to
    tell us what tissue researchers, pharmaceutical companies and universities
    were looking for. Then we would examine the patient charts.
    We only wanted the most perfect specimens." That didn’t turn out to be
    difficult. Of the hundreds of late-term fetuses Kelly saw on a weekly basis,
    only about 2 percent had abnormalities. About 30 to 40 babies per week were
    around 30 weeks old — well past the point of viability.
    Is this legal? Federal law makes it illegal to buy and sell human body
    parts. But there are loopholes in the law. Here’s how one body parts
    company — Opening Lines Inc. — disguised the trade in a brochure for
    abortionists: "Turn your patient’s decision into something wonderful."
    For its buyers, Opening Lines offers "the highest quality, most affordable,
    freshest tissue prepared to your specifications and delivered in the
    quantities you need, when you need it."
    Eyes and ears go for $75, and brains for $999. An "intact trunk" fetches
    $500, a whole liver $150. To evade the law’s prohibition, body-parts dealers
    like Opening Lines offer to lease space in the abortion clinic to "perform
    the harvesting," as well as to "offset [the] clinic’s overhead."
    Opening Lines further boasted, "Our daily average case volume exceeds 1500
    and we serve clinics across the United States."
    Kelly kept at her grisly task until something made her reconsider. One day,
    "a set of twins at 24 weeks gestation was brought to us in a pan. They were
    both alive. The doctor came back and said, ‘Got you some good specimens —
    twins.’
    I looked at him and said: ‘There’s something wrong here. They are moving. I
    can’t do this. This is not in my contract.’ I told him I would not be part
    of taking their lives. So he took a bottle of sterile water and poured it in
    the pan until the fluid came up over their mouths and noses, letting them
    drown. I left the room because I could not watch this."
    But she did go back and dissect them later. The twins were only the
    beginning. "It happened again and again. At 16 weeks, all the way up to
    sometimes even 30 weeks, we had live births come back to us. Then the doctor
    would either break the neck or take a pair of tongs and beat the fetus until
    it was dead."
    American Enterprise asked Kelly if abortion procedures were ever altered to
    provide specific body parts. "Yes. Before the procedures they would want to
    see the list of what we wanted to procure.
    The (abortionist) would get us the most complete, intact specimens that he
    could. They would be delivered to us completely intact. Sometimes the fetus
    appeared to be dead, but when we opened up the chest cavity, the heart was
    still beating."
    The magazine pressed Kelly again: Was the type of abortion ever altered to
    provide an intact specimen, even if it meant producing a live baby? "Yes,
    that was so we could sell better tissue. At the end of the year, they would
    give the clinic back more money because we got good specimens."
    Some practical souls will probably swallow hard and insist that, well, if
    these babies are going to be aborted anyway, isn’t it better that medical
    research should benefit? No. This isn’t like voluntary organ donation.
    This reduces human beings to the level of commodities. And it creates of
    doctors who swore an oath never to kill the kind of people who can beat a
    breathing child to death with tongs.

    __________________

    >Number of purposeful gun deaths per year (all age groups)?

    ________________

    In 1997 there were approximately 32,000 gun related deaths in the US.
    Approximately 13,000
    were intentional killings (the cdc lumps self defense and police
    shootings in with murders) and 17,000 suicides. There were actually only
    about 900 accicental gun deaths.

    So if we subtract the 900 accidental from the 32,000 intentional we get
    31,100.  Then divide by 80,000,000 gun owners and we get 0.0003888
    intentional deaths per gun owner per year in the U.S., or, inversely, 1
    intentional gun death for every 2572.3473 gun owners, per year, in the U.S.

    Source:
    http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/pdf/47_19t16.pdf

    ____________________

    If you find any of this inaccurate please let me know.

    Thanks
    Wayne

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    >Edward M. Kloza MS, CGC
    >ekl…@fbr.org

  3. admin says:

    Wayne <wlogs…@erols.com> wrote in message

    news:86r7oe$3qs$1@bob.news.rcn.net…

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    > Ed Kloza wrote in message …
    > >Number of purposeful health care industry deaths per year?

    > _____________

    > Looking at intentional deaths by physicians, including say, pulling the
    > plug on "brain dead" people with beating hearts, pulling the plug on
    living
    > people whose quality of life isn’t up to physician’s standards, starving
    > microencephalic babies to harvest fresher organs, drowning or beating to
    > death living children 10 feet away from their mothers because of botched
    > partial birth abortions (see Mona Charon article below),  cutting organs
    out
    > of people with beating hearts,
    > thus killing them, and abortions in general, I would estimate
    > approximately 1,500,000 people are intentionally killed by physicians per
    > year in the U.S.  Divide that by the estimated number of physicians in the
    > U.S. (700,000) and we get 2.1428571 people intentionally killed by
    > physicians, per year, in the U.S.  Inversely, we get 1 person
    intentionally
    > killed by a physician each year in the U.S. for every 0.4666667 physicians
    > in the U.S.

    > ________________

    > Body Parts for Sale
    > by Mona Charen, November 9, 1999

    > "Kelly" (a pseudonym) was a medical technician working for a firm that
    > trafficked in baby body parts. This is not a bad joke. Nor is it the
    > hysterical propaganda of an interest group. It was reported in The
    American
    > Enterprise magazine — the intelligent, thought-provoking and utterly
    > trustworthy publication of the American Enterprise Institute.
    > The firm Kelly worked for collected fetuses from clinics that performed
    > late-term abortions. She would dissect the aborted fetuses in order to
    > obtain "high-quality" parts for sale. They were interested in blood, eyes,
    > livers, brains and thymuses, among other things.
    > "What we did was to have a contract with an abortion clinic that would
    allow
    > us to go there on certain days. We would get a generated list each day to
    > tell us what tissue researchers, pharmaceutical companies and universities
    > were looking for. Then we would examine the patient charts.
    > We only wanted the most perfect specimens." That didn’t turn out to be
    > difficult. Of the hundreds of late-term fetuses Kelly saw on a weekly
    basis,
    > only about 2 percent had abnormalities. About 30 to 40 babies per week
    were
    > around 30 weeks old — well past the point of viability.
    > Is this legal? Federal law makes it illegal to buy and sell human body
    > parts. But there are loopholes in the law. Here’s how one body parts
    > company — Opening Lines Inc. — disguised the trade in a brochure for
    > abortionists: "Turn your patient’s decision into something wonderful."
    > For its buyers, Opening Lines offers "the highest quality, most
    affordable,
    > freshest tissue prepared to your specifications and delivered in the
    > quantities you need, when you need it."
    > Eyes and ears go for $75, and brains for $999. An "intact trunk" fetches
    > $500, a whole liver $150. To evade the law’s prohibition, body-parts
    dealers
    > like Opening Lines offer to lease space in the abortion clinic to "perform
    > the harvesting," as well as to "offset [the] clinic’s overhead."
    > Opening Lines further boasted, "Our daily average case volume exceeds 1500
    > and we serve clinics across the United States."
    > Kelly kept at her grisly task until something made her reconsider. One
    day,
    > "a set of twins at 24 weeks gestation was brought to us in a pan. They
    were
    > both alive. The doctor came back and said, ‘Got you some good specimens —
    > twins.’
    > I looked at him and said: ‘There’s something wrong here. They are moving.
    I
    > can’t do this. This is not in my contract.’ I told him I would not be part
    > of taking their lives. So he took a bottle of sterile water and poured it
    in
    > the pan until the fluid came up over their mouths and noses, letting them
    > drown. I left the room because I could not watch this."
    > But she did go back and dissect them later. The twins were only the
    > beginning. "It happened again and again. At 16 weeks, all the way up to
    > sometimes even 30 weeks, we had live births come back to us. Then the
    doctor
    > would either break the neck or take a pair of tongs and beat the fetus
    until
    > it was dead."
    > American Enterprise asked Kelly if abortion procedures were ever altered
    to
    > provide specific body parts. "Yes. Before the procedures they would want
    to
    > see the list of what we wanted to procure.
    > The (abortionist) would get us the most complete, intact specimens that he
    > could. They would be delivered to us completely intact. Sometimes the
    fetus
    > appeared to be dead, but when we opened up the chest cavity, the heart was
    > still beating."
    > The magazine pressed Kelly again: Was the type of abortion ever altered to
    > provide an intact specimen, even if it meant producing a live baby? "Yes,
    > that was so we could sell better tissue. At the end of the year, they
    would
    > give the clinic back more money because we got good specimens."
    > Some practical souls will probably swallow hard and insist that, well, if
    > these babies are going to be aborted anyway, isn’t it better that medical
    > research should benefit? No. This isn’t like voluntary organ donation.
    > This reduces human beings to the level of commodities. And it creates of
    > doctors who swore an oath never to kill the kind of people who can beat a
    > breathing child to death with tongs.

    > __________________

    > >Number of purposeful gun deaths per year (all age groups)?

    > ________________

    > In 1997 there were approximately 32,000 gun related deaths in the US.
    > Approximately 13,000
    > were intentional killings (the cdc lumps self defense and police
    > shootings in with murders) and 17,000 suicides. There were actually only
    > about 900 accicental gun deaths.

    > So if we subtract the 900 accidental from the 32,000 intentional we get
    > 31,100.  Then divide by 80,000,000 gun owners and we get 0.0003888
    > intentional deaths per gun owner per year in the U.S., or, inversely, 1
    > intentional gun death for every 2572.3473 gun owners, per year, in the
    U.S.

    > Source:
    > http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/pdf/47_19t16.pdf

    > ____________________

    > If you find any of this inaccurate please let me know.

    > Thanks
    > Wayne

    > >–

    > >Edward M. Kloza MS, CGC
    > >ekl…@fbr.org

    ********************************
    Thank you, Wayne.

    Elizabeth LaBozetta
    Central Ohio Patient’s-rights Service
    Citizen’s Organization for Patient Safety
    http://home.earthlink.net/~labozetta/
    http://members.aol.com/carmilarms/PatientsInArms.htm

  4. admin says:

    Dear Elizabeth:

                You’re welcome.

                        Wayne