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March 5, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – While Pepsi has been in the spotlight lately for contracting with a company that uses cells originally derived from an aborted fetus in flavor research, it’s not the only company that pro-lifers should think about boycotting for such unethical practices, reports the National Catholic Register.

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Rebecca Taylor, a Technologist in Molecular Biology, has compiled a list of companies that use cells and tissues derived from aborted babies to develop their products, which range from childhood vaccines to cosmetics. Her list includes one English company, ReNeuron, which has applied for clinical trials in the United States.

Here are the companies, with their contact information. To find out more about how these companies use cells derived from aborted fetuses, read the piece at the National Catholic Register.

Neuralstem
9700 Great Seneca Highway
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 301.366.4960

ReNeuron,
10 Nugent Rd
Surrey Research Park
Guildford, Surrey
GU2 7AF
UK
Email: [email protected]

Neocutis Inc.
3053 Fillmore Street # 140
San Francisco CA 94123
Phone: 1-866-636-2884
Email: [email protected]

Merck
One Merck Drive
P.O. Box 100
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889-0100 USA
Phone: 908-423-1000

GlaxoSmithKline
GlaxoSmithKline plc
One Franklin Plaza
PO Box 7929
Philadelphia PA 19101
Phone: 1-888-825-5249
Email

Senomyx, Inc.
4767 Nexus Centre Drive
San Diego, California 92121
Phone: (858) 646-8300
Email: [email protected]

Taylor notes that Senomyx, which tests flavor enhancers using a cell line derived from the kidney tissue of an aborted baby has reportedly contracted with PepsiCo, Kraft and Nestle.

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