Products manufactured using human cells from neonatal foreskins discarded during circumcision.
Many circumcision consent forms use language that in a veiled way authorizes the institution to keep the foreskins for use on "research". What the consent form does not specify is that such research is most likely to take place outside the hospital, after a biomedical research company has paid a fee, or that the biomedical research company intends to make a profit from such "research" or manufacture, or that such research can be for non-vital issues such as skin rejuvenation or hair growth.
With this lack of information, it is hypocritical that the companies refer to these foreskins as "donations".
Pages in category "Foreskin products"
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