Fetus cell

Should a, could a, would a, – you be the judge?

After reading the post you might wonder as do I, is it or is it not a steroid made from a Fetus cell (sheep, or human)?

A pharmaceutical company hell bent on getting into your bank-account will never tell you!

It really does not matter to me however; it “darn tootin” should matter to anyone using it and for sure (All Evangelical Christians pushing to end ‘Roe v. Wade’ Must care)!


The experimental treatment for the coronavirus that trump took last week and which he has been touting as a miracle “cure” was developed using cells originally derived from fetal tissue, according to new reports.

“293Ts were used in testing the antibodies’ ability to neutralize the virus,” Alexandra Bowie, a spokeswoman for Regeneron, confirmed to the Times. “They weren’t used in any other way, and fetal tissue was not used in the research.” ? 🤷‍♂️😂

The trump administration has previously condemned the practice, and, in June 2019 suspended federal funding for most new scientific research involving fetal tissue derived from abortions.

But in a video released on Wednesday, trump touted the cutting-edge treatment as a “cure” for COVID-19 and promised to provide it free to anyone who needed it.

The president was administered Regeneron’s cocktail of monoclonal antibodies — essentially man-made proteins that act like those naturally produced by the human immune system to fight viruses.

In order to test the potency of its antibodies, Regeneron made use of HEK 293T, a human cell line once derived from the tissue of an aborted fetus, according to the MIT Technology Review and The New York Times.

Regeneron applied for emergency use authorization of the antibody cocktail to the Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday night.

The anti-viral drug remdesivir, which the president also received, was tested using the HEK 293T cells as well, according to the Times.

At least two companies racing to produce a coronavirus vaccine, Moderna and AstraZeneca, are also are using the cell line.