Monday, May 02, 2005


Adult stem cells helped more than 20 patients regain their sight.

Edward Bailey, a patient at the Centre for Sight at the Queen Victoria hospital, East Grinstead, Sussex, can remember bathing his once sightless left eye after returning home from his operation in February 2003. "I covered up my good eye and there was me in the mirror. It was very emotional. I'll never forget it."

HT: Blogicus

Newsweek has the story of the 13-year-old girl in Florida who is a ward of the state and wants an abortion.

Scott Klusendorf has some good posts on cloning and on how prolifers in California may have blown their opportunity to defeat the horrendous Prop. 71. In California, using state money to fund human cloning is all the rage while selling cloned pets might soon be illegal.

Joe Carter, Michael Barone, Stanley Kurtz and Alan Grey discuss the "theocracy" claim craze.

Don't I have to judge you in order to be tolerant of you? Francis Beckwith explains.

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