SYDNEY, Australia,  June 10, 2003 ( – The Daily Telegraph reports that that a Dutch bio-tech company, Crucell, working through a Sydney contract research organisation, Parexel International is involved in a secret plan to collect tissue from aborted babies and export it for medical experiments.  Those behind the project, says the Guardian, were hoping to carry it out without the public knowing. The abortion doctors who collect the tissue would be paid an “hourly rate” for their time.  Right to Life Australia spokeswoman Margaret Tighe said the plan was appalling.  “Not only do we kill babies and use Medicare funds for it but here we are contemplating making money and trading in the bodies of these poor unfortunates,” she said.,5936,6569331%255E21302,00.html