Saturday, February 14, 2004


Did you know that Sweden has a leading role in stem-cell research?

"The US decision in 2001 to only allow embryonal stem cell research on existing lines put the spotlight on Sweden. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) survey of global stem cells reveals that more than a third of the 72 existing lines are found in Swedish laboratories. Here, embryonal stem cell production has been deemed ethically defensible and in the best interest of public health." (At the forefront in stem cells,

If you are interested to learn more about stem-cells, check out this list of links.

Go to Cox & Forkum's post, On High, and read excerpts from Alex Epstein's article, Cloning is Moral, and Harry Binswanger's article, Immoral to Ban Human Cloning.

For more cartoons like this, check out John Cox & Allen Forkum's book, Black & White World.

ImClone's new cancer drug, Erbitux, is another example on why the politicians and bureaucrats should back off and follow the instruction: Laissez-faire!