Dead Babies Pepsi Co

I just read an article about Pepsi saying that Pepsi’s research and development agreement with Senomyx, which includes the use of aborted fetal remains in flavor enhancement research, falls under “ordinary business operations” for the soft drink company.

Is that crazy or do we find this normal?  Are all the flavors made this way?  What other soda companies use stem cells to test flavors research, and how does that even work?

For some reason something sounds way off about this but maybe not, what do you think?

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  1. Chris Trank says:

    March 5, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – While Pepsi has been in the spotlight lately for contracting with a company that uses cells originally derived from an aborted fetus in flavor research, it’s not the only company…

    Rebecca Taylor, a Technologist in Molecular Biology, has compiled a list of companies that use cells and tissues derived from aborted babies to develop their products, which range from childhood vaccines to cosmetics. Her list includes one English company, ReNeuron, which has applied for clinical trials in the United States.

    Here are the companies, with their contact information.

    Neuralstem
    9700 Great Seneca Highway
    Rockville, MD 20850
    Phone: 301.366.4960
    a Maryland company, which, according to a Bloomberg press release, has a stem-cell line that came from “fetal tissue donated by a woman who underwent an elective abortion at 8 weeks.” In 2010, Neuralstem announced that it injected these stem cells from an aborted fetus directly into the spinal cord of a man with amyotrophic lateral sclerosi (ALS), which is better known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
    A few weeks ago, Neuralstem announced it discovered a possible new drug to treat depression. It tested several compounds using its stem-cell line to see which chemical showed promise in increasing the size of the hippocampus, a part of the brain that is shrunken in those who suffer from depression. Neuralstem did not disclose if the stem-cell line it used to develop this new drug came from an electively aborted fetus. But in academic publications listed on its website, the stem cells are described as “fetal.” The Food and Drug Administration has given Neuralstem the go-ahead to test the new drug in depressed patients.

    Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/morally-tainted-products-made-possible-by-the-killing-of-innocent-human-lif/#ixzz1p2ruZpAE

    ReNeuron,
    10 Nugent Rd
    Surrey Research Park
    Guildford, Surrey
    GU2 7AF
    UK
    Email: info@reneuron.com
    an English company that has applied for clinical trials in the United States. ReNeuron wants to use stem cells from aborted fetuses to treat stroke victims. In an interview with Innovaro Pharmalicensing, the managing director of ReNeuron explained where the company gets its stem cells. He said, “We access human fetal-brain material from terminated pregnancies. They’re typically about 8-to-10-week fetuses.”

    Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/morally-tainted-products-made-possible-by-the-killing-of-innocent-human-lif/#ixzz1p2s1rXb9

    Neocutis Inc.
    3053 Fillmore Street # 140
    San Francisco CA 94123
    Phone: 1-866-636-2884
    Email: info@neocutis.com
    a San Francisco company, which is selling cosmetic and dermatological products that have come from aborted fetal tissue. Neocutis openly admits that its PSP (Processed Skin Cell Proteins) products are derived from the cells of an electively aborted fetus. These PSP products are being marketed to treat “around-the-eye wrinkles and puffiness, to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and provide long-lasting hydration for luminous skin.”

    Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/morally-tainted-products-made-possible-by-the-killing-of-innocent-human-lif/#ixzz1p2sAhuCB

    Merck
    One Merck Drive
    P.O. Box 100
    Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889-0100 USA
    Phone: 908-423-1000

    GlaxoSmithKline
    GlaxoSmithKline plc
    One Franklin Plaza
    PO Box 7929
    Philadelphia PA 19101
    Phone: 1-888-825-5249
    Email
    vaccine makers like Merck and GlaxoSmithKline. Cell lines MRC-5 and WI-38 are common cell lines used by these companies to produce vaccines for rubella, polio, hepatitis A and chicken pox. MRC-5 was developed from lung cells from a 14-week-old male fetus that was electively aborted in 1966. The WI-38 line was derived from a female fetus that was aborted in 1964.

    Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/morally-tainted-products-made-possible-by-the-killing-of-innocent-human-lif/#ixzz1p2sJHFjm

    Senomyx, Inc.
    4767 Nexus Centre Drive
    San Diego, California 92121
    Phone: (858) 646-8300
    Email: info@senomyx.com
    San Diego company uses the cell line HEK 293 to test chemicals as possible flavor enhancers. Cell line HEK 293 was derived from the kidney tissue of a boy aborted in the 1970s. HEK stands for “Human Embryonic Kidney.” The HEK 293 line was subsequently genetically engineered with viral DNA and is now available for sale from a common chemical-supply company called SigmaAldrich. Senomyx is reported to have contracts with giants like PepsiCo, Kraft and Nestle to test flavor enhancers for their products.

    Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/morally-tainted-products-made-possible-by-the-killing-of-innocent-human-lif/#ixzz1p2saClq3

  2. Stephen says:

    Read “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.” Cells from her body were cultivated into cell strains that have been used for over 50 years and have contributed untold benefits to mankind. From what I read, the cells from the aborted fetuses were taken in the 70’s and have gone through a similar process. They no longer behave like human cells, but are used in many research applications. For the record, I am not for abortion.

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    • sarah charles says:

      But I find that is bananas how a person would make a drink that is very popular in Trinidad and Tobago with dead baby I still can’t understand that. that is bull bananas!!!

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  5. Sandy Ische says:

    In response to your questions Sean, I do think it is crazy and way off. This is not normal. I find this news incredibly sad. Thanks for sharing. I don’t drink Pepsi, but I am glad to be educated. I will share this information with my friends.

  6. ass hole says:

    Yoink off I love Pepsi AND I WILL STILL DRINK IT. Why must I believe that yoinking bananas for me to believe that banana I have to see it my self! u guys are cool and if you vex yoink you

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