The Center For Medical Progress – Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Buyer StemExpress Wants Another 50 Livers Per Week


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The footage you are about to see was taken from an undercover meeting with the leadership and owner of Planned Parenthood’s long-time partner in fetal tissue harvesting.

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Cate Dyer
CEO, StemExpress, LLC

[Cate Dyer:] I mean, Planned Parenthood has volume.

[Buyer:] Right, right.

[Cate Dyer:] You know because they’re a volume institution.

[Buyer:] Source:
Right, right.

[Cate Dyer:] Oh, yeah, I mean if you had intact cases, which we’ve done a lot, we sometime ship those back to our lab in its entirety.

On May 22, 2015, investigators posing as a Fetal Tissue Procurement Company met with the CEO of StemExpress, LLC, Cate Dyer.

StemExpress has partnered with Planned Parenthood affiliates around the country to harvest aborted baby parts since its founding in 2010.

Former StemExpress employees say the company paid Planned Parenthood $50 to $75 per baby body part.

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[Buyer:] What I saw, I had one incident where I had the person that I promised something to, and I couldn’t deliver. And I thought – I told Robert we need to find place that are able to-

[Cate Dyer:] Produce the volume that you need.

[Buyer:] Yes, so that we’re not “oh yes, we can get you this,”

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah.

[Buyer:] So anyway, that’s, and then, when the volume, when we’re able to tell people that, I feel, 95, 99% sure that we’re going to be able to fulfill our side to researchers, and-

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, so many of them think they can, right? So many of them think they have the volume and- it’s like not really.

[Buyer:] Source:

[Cate Dyer:] So many physicians are like “oh I can totally procure tissue”, and they can’t. So it’s just a lot of misinformation you deal with that quite a bit.

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, well I think since I was looking on the website a little bit earlier today and just sort of seeing all the different things you have listed there. I think, on the topic, on the fetal tissue side of it, you know it’d be helpful for us to understand, volume wise- I mean, realistically, if we were to do an agreement with you guys, you know what do we think you could get? I mean, what do you feel like you could get-

[Buyer:] Volume wise?

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah.

[Buyer:] Okay.

[Cate Dyer:] On specifically liver tissue, because that’s such an area of demand for us.

[Buyer:] Right, so liver, and what about intact specimens, just – ?

[Cate Dyer:] Oh, yeah, I mean if you had intact cases [abortions], which we’ve done a lot, we sometime ship those back to our lab in it’s entirely.

Oh, yeah, I mean if you had intact cases which we’ve done a lot, we sometime ship those back to our lab in its entirely.

[Buyer:] Okay.

[Cate Dyer:] So that would also be great if you have those.

[Buyer:] The entire case?

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, yeah. Because it’s just, again the procurement for us, I mean it can go really sideways, depending on the facility.

[Buyer:] Yeah.

[Cate Dyer:] And then our samples are destroyed, and we’re like, “Really?” This was all so much work, and then just to have them be destroyed is awful. I mean we have you know, researchers wait forever, and they want certain things, perfectly done, so you know, we started bringing them back even to try to manage it from you know, a procurement expert’s standpoint.

[Buyer:] So, what goes wrong? Tell me what goes wrong, that you think you’re getting something, and it doesn’t come through?

[Cate Dyer:] I think for us, you know, on for the liver tissue, focusing to that piece at least. We’ve seen like doctors provide blood clots, you know, “Oh yeah we’ve got a liver”. And they think it’s a liver, and it’s a blood clot. So, you know we’ve seen plenty of those. We can always tell right away because it’s just red water by the time it gets to us. You know, it’s like, “Whoa, it disappeared! How’d it crawl out of the container?” Yeah, and there’s just so much too. Contamination wise, is another big issue I mean, so you know, we’ve seen all sorts of things but yeast contamination, that can be an issue. You know, we have a number of quality checks we have to go through, with things internally, just to make sure we’re not investing a bunch of money into trying to isolate cells just to find out that they’re contaminated. So there’s a lot of steps there to, that the researchers ask us to do, so yeah. And then we’ll do testing on our side, so we’ll be able to see, you know. And sometimes you find that it can be clinic-specific. I’ve seen really rampant, rampant problem with bacteria in certain clinics. Some where you’re kind of like in question of really, should they really, you know,

[Buyer:] Source:

[Cate Dyer:] I’ve seen staph [infection] come out of clinics. (Wow!) So, I mean, I’ve seen all sort of things come out of clinics, so.

[Buyer:] Just the different sites that we’ve visited, I can see exactly what you’re–

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, I mean, yeah. Exactly, right, so. It’s how serious the clinic sort of, and their own facility kind of, looking at that too. So then, I mean, on the range piece, you know I mean, I what do you guys feel like you could do on that front? Maybe-

What Would Make Your Lab Happy

What Would Make Your Lab Happy

[Buyer:] What would make your lab happy? Like, what would make your lab happy?

Another 50 Livers A Week

Another 50 Livers A Week

[Cate Dyer:] Another 50 livers a week.

[Buyer:] What would keep you lab happy?

[Cate Dyer:] Another 50 livers a week.

[Buyer:] Okay, so you can handle that?

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, I mean it’s you know, volume for us. And just so you guys know too, on the collection side for us, we’re also- as you know, as you see Megan out there in clinics I mean, we’re working with you know, almost like triple digit number of clinics. So, it’s a lot on volume and we still need more, than what we do. So, it’s a lot.

[Buyer:] Okay, so-

[Cate Dyer:] So I don’t think you’re going to hit a capacity with us anytime in the next ten years.

[Buyer:] Well, I mean we’re going into it knowing that it has to be financially beneficial for you-

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, yeah and both of us, sure.

[Buyer:] Right, right and so promising to the providers, making it financially beneficial for the clinics.

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah.

[Buyer:] Everybody has to be doing their job, and that’s what I’m trying to find out is, who needs to be doing what, who hasn’t been doing what, why has it been a failure financially for clinics or you, or us, and solving those problems so that everybody is profiting financially.

[Cate Dyer:] You feel like there’s clinic out there that have been burned, that feel like they’re doing all this work for research and it hasn’t been profitable for them?

[Buyer:] Really?

[Cate Dyer:] No, do you feel that way? Sorry, that was a-

[Buyer:] Oh, I thought you were saying that- no.

[Cate Dyer:] Oh okay, good. I was going to say I don’t see that either.

You feel like there’s clinic out there that have been burned, that feel like it hasn’t been profitable for them? I was going to say I don’t see that either.

I haven’t see that piece either, with that. As you probably know, potentially, I mean I think that one of the issues with neural tissue [brain], it’s so fragile. It’s insanely fragile.

[Buyer:] Right, right.

[Cate Dyer:] And um, you know, I don’t even know- Oh thank you guys, that’s very sweet. I was going to say, is that um, I know we get requests for neural, it’s the hardest thing in the world to ship, um.

[Buyer:] You do it as the whole calvarium.

[Cate Dyer:] That’s it, yeah, that’s the easiest way. And I mean we’ve actually had good success with that in the past.

[Buyer:] Yeah. Make sure the eyes are closed!

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah! Tell the lab it’s coming! So they don’t open the box and go, “Oh God!” So yeah, whereas so many of the academic labs cannot fly like that, they’re just not capable.

[Buyer:] Why is that? I don’t understand that.

[Cate Dyer:] It’s almost like they don’t want to know where it comes from. I can see that. Where they’re like, “We need limbs, but no hands and feet need to be attached.” And you’re like,?

[Buyer:] Or they just want the long bones, and they don’t want to see-

[Cate Dyer:] They want you to take it all off, like, “Make it so that we don’t know what it is.”

[Buyer:] Yeah. Bone the chicken for me and then I’ll eat it.

[Cate Dyer:] That’s it. But we know what it is. I mean, but their lab-

[Buyer:] So this goes to that whole stigma-

[Cate Dyer:] Oh yeah. And their lab techs freak out, and have meltdowns, and so it’s just kind of like, yeah. Oh yeah. And I think, quite frankly, that’s why a lot of researchers ultimately, some of them get into a lot of other things, right? They want to look at bone marrow, they want to look at adipose- they want to look at, you know, adult-human, kind of adult based sampling. Because they sort of want to get away from having to publish a picture – a paper that says they derived this from fetal tissue.

[Buyer:] Do you feel that same kind of support like from Cecile [Richards] and from Deborah [Nucatola]?

[Cate Dyer:] Yeah, oh yeah. You know, everyone at PPFA and just the affiliates, I mean I just think, you’re either in the cause or you’re not.

[Buyer:] Yeah.

[Cate Dyer:] And if you’re not in the cause, like, they don’t need you around.

[Buyer:] They need to get out.

[Cate Dyer:] They need champions and if you’re not a champion, then you should go.

[Buyer:] Yeah.

[Cate Dyer:] Because that’s just, you know- I don’t know, the clinics, they’re very guarded, as they should be.

[Buyer:] Yeah, yeah.

[Cate Dyer:] And who do they let in their house? They want champions in their house. Right? So it’s just I think it’s that same concept and ABR [Advanced Bioscience Resources, competitor] has just never truly understood that.

[Buyer:] Yeah.

[Cate Dyer:] And I think that’s- it’s been sort of downside to them.

[Buyer:] Yeah. Are you seeing any trends between the independents versus Planned Parenthood, or your percentage right now break down are you doing, like is it pretty split evenly 50-50?

[Cate Dyer:] I think it probably is, I don’t know, um. It is different, um but, you know, I don’t know that I could think really one has more pros or cons than the other, I mean, Planned Parenthood has volume.

[Buyer:] Right.

[Cate Dyer:] You know, because they’re a volume institution.

Planned Parenthood has volume.

[Buyer:] Right.

[Cate Dyer:] You know, because they’re a volume institution.

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