A team of American and Spanish scientists relocated to China to jump European laws and they have created the world’s first human-monkey embryo, in the next step in the controversial breeding of animals for the human organs program.
Notes on ‘animal testing’ appear in 4th and 3rd centuries BC writings of the ancient Greeks and Galen was a 2nd-century Roman physician who dissected pigs and goats, and thus is known as the “Father of Vivisection”. Then, in 12th-century Moorish Spain the Arabic physician, surgeon, and poet Ibn Zuhr (Latin: Avenzoar) practiced dissection and surgical procedures on animals before applying them to human patients.
Again, in Spain, researchers from the Murcia Catholic University (UCAM) and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies (SIBS) in the US (founded in 1960 by Jonas Salk, the developer of the polio vaccine) “ genetically modified monkey embryos” and have successfully created a HUMAN-MONKEY embryo.
A report in RT says the team of scientists, led by Juan Carlos Izpisúa, relocated to China to conduct the experiment because it was “in violation of Spanish law”. These modern Dr. Frankensteins tinkered with the very building blocks of organic life and firstly they “deactivated specific genes used in the formation of organs” before injecting “ human stem cells into the embryo”.
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