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Posted: Aug 14 2006, 11:14 AM
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The little girl's body was placed in a container of formalin, from where it is still gazing at the world with only one big blue eye

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The weird baby looked at the world with its only eye, took a breath of air with the trunk that was growing on its forehead, and died. Doctors of one of St.Petersburg hospitals told the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper that it was an absolutely normal woman that gave birth to the incredible mutant-baby, which could be compared to a Cyclops. The female creature was covered with thick hair; it had only one eye in the center of its forehead and a small trunk that was growing on the head above the eye.

The middle-aged mother of the unusual child had a preterm delivery. Doctors would not have time to take her to the maternity hospital. The woman gave birth to the baby girl at home. Doctors' hair stood on end when they saw the seven-month-old fetus. Thick hair was growing on the girl's shoulders and back. Locks of hair were growing on the baby's head too. The little girl has a big blue eye on the forehead. The child had no nose: there was something strange growing on the head right above the eye. Doctors believed at first that it was a penis, although they determined later that it was a small trunk, through which the baby could breathe.

The mutant child died almost instantly. The doctors tried to take life-saving efforts, but they brought no result.

It is hard to imagine what kind of shock the child's parents had to survive. They were dreaming about a baby for long, but their dream ended with a nightmare.

The deceased infant was sent to a morgue, where professional experts of forensic medicine thoroughly examined the little body. The hairy, one-eyed girl had a number of other physical defects, which would not let her live even for several days.

Nobody buried the strange baby in the end. The body was placed in a big glass container of formalin, from where it is still gazing at the world with only one big blue eye.

”This is a unique incident, - gynecologist Ivan Rylchikov said. – Such deviations are possible; they can be caused with a variety of reasons. The formation of the eyes and brain starts during the first week of the embryonic growth. The presence of certain chemical substances, various medications, in the organism of the mother can exert a strong influence on the fetus too. Tetracycline, which is strongly not recommended for use during pregnancy, can cause a certain deviation in the physical development of a child. The medicine affects the development of the fetus's bones and teeth; even a small dose can be extremely dangerous for an unborn child. A Cyclops is not viable – they do not live longer than only one week. In addition, nature has its own regulator. If the development of the fetus takes an unusual turn, the probability of a miscarriage increases a lot. This is the way that Mother Nature uses to kill mutants in the womb,” the specialist said.


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Posted: Aug 15 2006, 12:56 AM
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sadoriginal.gif Ohh my how so sad
As amazing for all the world to see. sadoriginal.gif I am saddened by the end of this story.

Russians have alot happening with all the fall out and mutant children from the nuclear age.
As you know PuPP, members and visitors. PuPP has some terrible sad photo's of children with birth defects.
As a parent myself. I lost a child between my 3rd and fourth child. But I was able to keep my baby and give it a burial.
I have given some thought to this. And if ever I had a such a deformed child I would let the science do their stuff etc................but I would have taken back that child of mine.
I feel sorry for the parents as we do not know all of the facts surrounding this birth.
I do however believe nature is truly strange at times.
May we all look at out own children and be blessed at the fact that they are with "Us" and "Healthy".

Bless that baby girl and hope she felt no pain.
Go play with the angels and be free.

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Posted: Aug 16 2006, 05:59 AM
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Hiya,
I know I haven't posted but I read the forums almost daily.
Anyways, I read this story today and then without trying to I found another Cyclops baby. Kinda strange so I thought I would share.

http://www.wired.com/news/technology/medte...l?tw=wn_index_1

http://blog.wired.com/oneeyed_child/

So sad...


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Posted: Aug 16 2006, 01:29 PM
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Hi pandora, Thank you for the additional links and info.

But,

wired.com has long been on my mental list of websites that "may" not be safe for my pc.

In order to access the wired.com link you posted, my PC had to route thru these 5 IP addresses:

209.202.230.60
209.202.228.150
209.202.228.153
209.202.228.151
209.202.229.30

THEN as I was connecting to the wired.com link, these 6 IP addresses tried to remote connect to my PC:

209.202.229.173
209.202.229.166
209.202.228.118
209.202.228.187
209.202.228.120
209.202.230.125

Yes, I am paranoid. When you have had your PC destroyed time and time again and lost all of your files, you tend to be cautious/paranoid of many internet sites and emails.

I tried to check out the photos on your second link, but they would not load for me.

Also, the same thing happened... after connecting/routing to this IP address:

209.202.226.100

These IP addresses tried to remote connect to my PC:

209.202.228.167
209.202.226.139
209.202.226.108

If anyone can access the images of the cyclops babies, please email them to me and I will add them to this thread.

mjharper712@hotmail.com
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Thank you pandora!
I received your email and it's posted below...

Note: Darkraveness mentioned the deformed babies being produced in the Middle East since the colonizers started blowing things up. You can find those images in my forum at the top of the Crimes Against Humanity category.

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CHENNAI, India -- Medical staff who helped deliver a one-eyed child born here last week believe the mother may have been given an experimental anti-cancer drug, according to an internal hospital report seen by Wired News.
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The report, from Kasturba Gandhi Hospital for Women and Children in Chennai, cites two potential causes for the birth defect: Either it was the result of an undetected chromosomal disorder or the mother was exposed to Cyclopamine, a drug that is being researched by a number of U.S. pharmaceutical companies as a potential cancer treatment.


There is no reference in the report on how Cyclopamine became listed as a possible cause.

The report states the child's parents turned to an unnamed fertility clinic after failing to have a child after six years of marriage. The treatment the mother received is unknown, but it appeared to work as she soon became pregnant. Then, late in her third trimester, she had her first ultrasound and it showed the child had serious problems. Too late to abort, she was rushed to the hospital for an induced labor.

The child was diagnosed with a rare chromosomal disorder, known as cyclopia. She was born with a single eye in the center of her forehead, no nose and her brain fused into a single hemisphere. With such severe deformities, it was a miracle that the girl survived even a few minutes after delivery. Yet now, 11 days later, she has lived significantly longer than other cyclopean cases.

"We were all shocked. My first reaction was to feel very sorry for the mother who had waited so long for her child," said Dr. Sathya Latha, head of pediatrics at the hospital.

The cause of the girl's deformity is still undetermined. But the hospital report's listing of Cyclopamine offers a tragic reminder of concerns over the state of Indian medical regulations, including lax oversight of fertility clinics and low barriers of entry for human drug trials.

Quacks here routinely advertise medical treatments with posters on the backs of buses, and roadside billboards offer cures for everything from infertility to AIDS. One particularly memorable sign reads, "Got AIDS, No Problem."

While some fertility clinics offer useless treatments, others may offer discounts for patients who agree to enroll in illegal clinical trials, according to Dr. Chandra Gulhati, editor of the Monthly Index of Medical Specialties and one of India's leading experts on medical ethics.

"There is no central registry of ongoing clinical trials, so it is almost impossible to check a master list to see what is going on," said Gulhati in an interview with this reporter in March.

Cyclopia affects about one child in a million. It can occur when a mother suffers from extremely low cholesterol or diabetes, or a foreign agent is introduced during pregnancy.

The active ingredient in Cyclopamine was discovered in 1957 when a batch of sheep in Idaho who had been grazing on wild corn lily gave birth to multiple one-eyed lambs. Medical experts at the U.S. Department of Agriculture discovered that toxins in the corn lily are powerful teratogens that alter fetal development. The scientists named the toxin Cyclopamine after the one-eyed sheep.

After its discovery the toxin became little more than a footnote in medical textbooks until Philip Beachy, a research scientist at Johns Hopkins University, discovered that it had anti-carcinogenic properties. He showed that when applied correctly the toxin was capable of stopping several types of the most aggressive cancerous tumors that account for 25 percent of cancer deaths. Cyclopamine blocks an essential gene for embryonic development called Sonic Hedgehog, which was named after the Sega character because a mutation in the gene results in an embryo covered by pointy, hedgehog-like denticles. In a happy coincidence of nature, the gene is also a culprit for deadly cancers in the pancreas, thyroid, prostate, skin and esophagus.

In a series of e-mail exchanges, Beachy said he was baffled about how the drug could have appeared on the child's medical chart. Cyclopamine has no documented fertility benefits, and the known risk of birth defects would seem to absolutely rule out its use for that purpose, he said.

"There are trials of drugs related to Cyclopamine in the planning stages, but I am skeptical that the woman was given Cyclopamine in a quantity that would have caused this birth defect because of the lack of known fertility benefits and because it would be difficult and expensive to get enough of the drug to have an impact on a human patient. In fact, it would have been irresponsible to try to treat a woman trying to conceive with it," he wrote.

Responsibility has not always been a hallmark of drug trials in India. In 2000, a researcher at Johns Hopkins gave an anti-cancer agent to 26 patients in the South Indian state of Kerala without first going through animal testing. In another highly publicized incident three years later, two Indian pharmaceutical companies gave the anti-cancer drug Letrozole to more than 400 women as a fertility treatment in what was actually a clinical trial.

Johns Hopkins has given the Boston-based pharmaceutical company Curis an exclusive license to develop Cyclopamine and its structurally related derivatives. Curis has, in turn, licensed Cyclopamine to the San Francisco-based Genentech.

According to a press release, a collaborative clinical trial between Genentech and Curis for a treatment of basal-cell carcinoma related to Cyclopamine was halted in January after "clinical activity was far less than anticipated."

In an e-mail, Curis spokesman Michael Gray said that the company is "not conducting any clinical trials in India and has not sent any Cyclopamine to India." He added that Cyclopamine "is a publicly available compound -- anybody can buy it. Our scientists advise me that you can buy gram-quantities of Cyclopamine from major catalogues."

A representative for Genentech also said the company does not run clinical trials in India.

There are a number of possible explanations for the child's deformity that do not involve Cyclopamine. Though rare, cyclopia occurs naturally in about one in a million live births. It is also possible that a combination of chromosomal disorder and a fertility treatment came together if the mother was prescribed a drug like DES, a synthetic estrogen banned in the United States that prevents miscarriages and could have enabled a nonviable embryo to come to term.

Adding to the uncertainty of causes is that the hospital knows very little about the mother's medical history, what fertility clinic she went to, or what medication she was prescribed.

According to Dr. S. Dhanalakshmi, the superintendent of the hospital, the mother had never been to the hospital before and came with instructions from a sonogram operator to induce her into labor after an abnormal ultrasound.

"She was in such a confused state that she couldn't remember what clinic she had gone to or what medication they had prescribed," said Dhanalakshmi.

Although the baby is still at the hospital, the mother was discharged before doctors collected a complete medical history.

Gulhati, the medical ethicist, said such an oversight is inexplicable given the circumstances of the birth. "It just doesn't sound right," he said. "I think they know more than they are telling."

Under normal circumstances the child's deformities could be caught and the fetus terminated at an early stage of pregnancy. But after a rash of abortions in some parts of India after women discovered they were going to have a girl, the government made it illegal to determine the gender of a child during ultrasound tests. While the gender ratio is balancing out, another result has been that far fewer prospective parents are opting for prenatal care.

For now, the child continues to breathe and, like any other infant, responds to stimuli and occasionally cries when the nurses wheel her from one room to another or administer her feeding tube.

"We don't know how long she will live. We will do all we can for her until God calls her back," said Dhanalakshmi.




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Posted: Aug 17 2006, 08:56 PM
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Here's some more interesting images...

Chinese baby boy with 3 arms
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India baby with a tail
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Iraqi child
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