A new video from the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) presents a former “procurement technician” discussing the intimate relationship between baby parts harvester StemExpress, LLC, and Planned Parenthood.

The whistleblower, Holly O’Donnell, tells David Daleiden that Planned Parenthood revealed private patient medical information to third party contractors like her. As an employee of StemExpress, O’Donnell worked inside Planned Parenthood centers in northern California, drawing blood and dissecting organs from aborted babies. These were then sold to such clients as researchers at Harvard and other institutions.  

“At the beginning of the day, we would let them (Planned Parenthood) know what we were looking for,” O’Donnell says in the video. “There was a lot of coordination.”

“We’d open up the task page (on our computers) … it shows you what the researchers want, how many specimens they want for that day or that week. Roughly saying, it was like a grocery list of what to get for that day.”  

O’Donnell and other StemExpress contractors would tell Planned Parenthood what they needed to harvest, e.g. a liver from a 15-week-old fetus. In response, clinic management would share the private medical information of pregnant women coming to Planned Parenthood for abortions:

“We’d go to the head nurse, let the nurses know, hey, this is what I’m looking for today. They’d give you a sheet of the appointments, which women were coming in, and it would tell you how many patients, what time they were coming in, their name, and if they knew how far along they were.”

O’Donnell would highlight the names of patients whose babies matched the criteria requested by the researchers.

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