After reading about it in the WSJ this morning, she's claiming that the fees involved are small, and only cover costs and shipment, that they do not do it for profit. I have a big issue with selling organs because it could encourage child abduction, murder, or the purposeful creation of fetuses for sale.
In contrast, I'm listed as an organ donor on my driver's license.
BTW, I was in my university's brain bank just yesterday at work, and had the opportunity to look at some brains donated by Alzheimer's patients. It gave me a good feeling to know people are willing to donate their brain for research purposes after they die. It's a noble thing. If physicians and lab workers become emotionally detached in the process, that doesn't make them EQUAL to that abortion doctor, in my opinion, nor does it justify her behavior because other people who handle organs may not always be respectful.
I know a middle school teacher who passed away from cancer this year and choose to donate his body to the medical school here, because teaching was his life's work. That's a generous and noble thing, and I have a lot of respect for it. This Planned Parenthood scandal as something else entirely. Nothing good, or noble, or generous about that woman.