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Latest medical science horror: Organ harvesting animal farms about to be launched
Mike Adams The latest so-called “breakthrough” in medical science would raise conscious animals to be harvested for organs that are transplanted into humans for profit.

Can you imagine an entire laboratory prison of pigs, monkeys and sheep being raised in secret conditions, then murdered to harvest their organs for humans who are smokers, drug abusers and alcoholics?

Welcome to the world of “medical science.” It’s beyond evil.

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