What happens to a baby after it is aborted?

Sadly, in most cases they are treated as clinical waste and are not given a burial.

An investigation by the Channel 4’s Dispatches TV programme revealed in 2014 that the bodies of 15,500 aborted and miscarried babies were incinerated as clinical waste, with some even used to heat hospitals in Britain. See:

There have been babies in the past who survived abortion. Gianna Jensen is an abortion survivor. Her mother, a 17-year-old girl, was seven and a half months pregnant when she made the decision to have a saline abortion. The abortion didn’t go to plan and Gianna was born alive. She remained in hospital for three months and was diagnosed with cerebral palsy due to the failed abortion. She was put into foster care and eventually adopted.

She now campaigns rigorously for legislation that protects life. “If abortion is about women’s rights then where were mine?” asks Gianna.

In the UK six babies have grown into healthy children after surviving attempts to abort them, government figures have shown, while one other child survived the procedure but with brain damage.


But the sad reality is not all babies who survive an abortion are given the medical assistance they need. A total of 66 babies in the UK were left to die after NHS abortion procedures in 2007. These babies were given no medical assistance after birth. See:

In 2015, undercover video footage from the US show how doctors at abortion provider Planned Parenthood perform abortions to harvest human organs from aborted babies in order to sell them.

The videos are windows into the soul of the abortion industry and show the absence of any empathy or respect for the equal humanity of the babies in the womb.

The videos also highlight Planned Parenthood’s betrayal of women. They are forever telling women considering abortion that it’s not a baby, just a “clump of cells”. But when negotiating the sale of body parts for harvesting, all of a sudden they talk about “intact hearts, livers and lungs”.