Never-before-seen documents released under a public records request show Planned Parenthood transferring “proprietary” aborted fetal body parts to UC San Diego explicitly for “valuable consideration” — a violation of federal law — in exchange for ownership of the university’s “patents” and “intellectual property” developed by experimenting with them.

The incriminating terms of this relationship are spelled out in a Biological Materials Transfer Agreement contract between Planned Parenthood of San Diego and UC San Diego. The contract, made for “valuable consideration”, grants UCSD “access” to “fetal and placental tissue, which are proprietary materials of of Planned Parenthood of San Diego”. The parties agree that in granting “access” to the “proprietary” aborted fetal body parts, “Planned Parenthood shall retain all right, title, and interest in and to the Material, including but not limited to all right, title, and interest in patents and patent applications and other intellectual property rights relating to the Material”….

Public databases show UC San Diego professors have developed numerous patents, held by the University of California, using aborted fetal body parts. The University of California’s total patent invention revenue for 2021-2022 was over $127 million….

One email thread between Planned Parenthood and UCSD is particularly revealing: Planned Parenthood emails UCSD to set up a quarterly Planned Parenthood/UCSD Research Collaboration Meeting, and the parties plan to discuss “payment” to Planned Parenthood’s abortion training program as part of the fetal tissue research meeting.

UCSD writes that as part of the meeting, “we will have results to share on samples recently collected, and will also likely have more to discuss re: the [REDACTED] fellowship.” Planned Parenthood replies there are “[n]o current issues with the collection program”, but they “have some questions about payment to the residency program”. Planned Parenthood operates the Ryan Residency Training Program and Fellowship in Complex Family Planning at UC San Diego and other taxpayer-funded universities around the country where the abortion business supplies fetal body parts.

Documents produced under the public records request also include a $10,000 contribution from UC San Diego to Planned Parenthood at a 2021 fundraising event, and a Planned Parenthood Federation of America national Research Department registration form for the fetal body parts harvesting in San Diego….

From Center for Medical Progress via Life News